Life on the St. Lawrence River - An Oral History

Edited and Compiled by:Varick A. Chittenden Research by: Dr. Melissa Ladenheim
Richard Rummel
Dawn Rusho
Farrah Ferriell
Peter Murphy
Varick Chittenden
Photographs by: Martha Cooper
Photograph Research by: Richard Rummel and Dawn Rusho
Audio Engineering by: Lamar Bliss
Website Design by: Cybertrail Outfitters

Major funding for this site is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional support from the Sweetgrass Foundation and TAUNY membership contributions.


Carrying mail to Grindstone Island through icy waters in April, 1952. Mailman Francis Garnsey at bow and Robert Lashomb with pike pole. [Courtesy of Audrey Lashomb]


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