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Old farmstead offers an outdoor classroom

June 27, 2011
By AMANDA WHISTLE , The Leader Herald

GLOVERSVILLE - The 110 acres containing a decades-old farmstead, an overgrown apple orchard, wild roses and wetlands were once Native American hunting grounds bartered by Sir William Johnson from the Native Americans for a barrel of beer, keg of whiskey and a ream of cheap material, according to records researched by a Gloversville Middle School teacher.

 
 

 

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