“Today the Lake Champlain Region retains the zeal of its early beginnings and remarkable history. Discovered in the early 1600s by Samuel De Champlain, the region has a storied past that stands tall in the form of buildings and bridges, a legacy written in structures that include commercial dwellings, churches, farmhouses, town halls, libraries, lighthouses and industrial sites. Take a walking tour of one of the historic hamlets—the entire town of Essex is on the Historic Register…” [Continue reading and find more places to explore here: Lake Champlain Region.]
About Katie Shepard
Passionate about reading and writing stories, Katie Shepard enjoys discovering more about her home while writing and editing for Essex on Lake Champlain. Katie graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh in 2011 where she studied English literature, philosophy, and Asian studies. Her first book Essex, New York Architecture: A Doodler's Field Guide was published in 2015. Connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, or at Linked.in. Or email her at katie [@] essexeditions [dot] com.
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