Paul Stark Canoe Sculpture - Lake George, New York
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Quick Description: unveiling of a canoe sculpture located in front of Lake George, Lake George, New York
Location: New York, United States
Date Posted: 9/19/2019 6:38:18 AM
Waymark Code: WM11B2K
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Alfouine
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Long Description:
Unveiling of a canoe sculpture located in front of Lake George, Lake George, New York

This sculpture depicting Robert Rogers, commander of the famous Rogers’s Rangers, and five Native Americans (Mohicans) paddling a birch-bark style canoe, is located along the Lakefront Walkway on Beach Road directly in front of Fort William Henry in Lake George, New York.

The sculpture was made by a chainsaw master woodcarver Paul Stark out of a giant white pine log.

Unveiled in September 2017, the sculpture represent the recognition of this area’s French and Indian War history.

Source: The Lake George Examiner (internet)

Address : Beach Rd, Lake George, NY 12845
Type of publication: Newspaper

When was the article reported?: 9/14/2017

Publication: The Lake George Examiner

Article Url: [Web Link]

Is Registration Required?: no

How widespread was the article reported?: regional

News Category: Arts/Culture

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