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Heard up North: Haws, We Gotch Ye

In their weekly series on North Country place names, Dale Hobson and Gregory Warner discuss a bogus origin for the name "Oswegatchie" as well as the truth... we also hear from Chris Angus, editor of "Oswegatchie: A North Country River".  Go to full article

Books: Oswegatchie: A North Country River

Todd Moe talks with Canton writer/editor Chris Angus about his new book, Oswegatchie: A North Country River. The book explores the history and lore of the Oswegatchie, which starts deep in the Adirondacks near Long Lake, and empties into the St. Lawrence in Ogdensburg. Angus' book includes poems, memoirs and essays about the river by more than 15 North Country writers.  Go to full article

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