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New photo book celebrates Saranac Lake's history

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From the earliest settlers, to winter ice palaces, to Adirondack tourism, a new book celebrates the history of Saranac Lake. It was compiled by Neil Surprenant, who teaches American history and is the director of the library at Paul Smith's College.

Surprenant tells Todd Moe that he's lived near Saranac Lake for more than 30 years and really enjoyed exploring its history through hundreds of photos. His new historic photo book of Saranac Lake is part of the popular "Images of America" series.

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Todd Moe
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