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The Lake Champlain Trail followed the Hudson River north from [[Albany, New York]] to Lake Champlain following the west shore of the lake to Sorel-Tracy, Quebec. The [[Champlain Canal]] after its construction in 1823 ran parallel to parts of the trail.  
 
The Lake Champlain Trail followed the Hudson River north from [[Albany, New York]] to Lake Champlain following the west shore of the lake to Sorel-Tracy, Quebec. The [[Champlain Canal]] after its construction in 1823 ran parallel to parts of the trail.  
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=== Maps ===
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The top map shows some of the trails in New York including the Lake Champlain Trail.  The lower map is of the Lake Champlain Canal which ran parallel to the trail in many areas. 
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=== New York Counties  ===
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The counties that were covered by the Lake Champlain Trail that may have records are:
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*[[Albany County, New York]]
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*[[Rensselaer County, New York]]
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*[[Saratoga County, New York]]
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*[[Essex County, New York]]
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*[[Clinton County, New York]]
  
 
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Revision as of 23:08, 7 February 2013

To New York to Vermont to Canada to Quebec


Mohawk Trail map.png

Location

The Lake Champlain Trail followed the Hudson River north from Albany, New York to Lake Champlain following the west shore of the lake to Sorel-Tracy, Quebec. The Champlain Canal after its construction in 1823 ran parallel to parts of the trail.

Maps

The top map shows some of the trails in New York including the Lake Champlain Trail. The lower map is of the Lake Champlain Canal which ran parallel to the trail in many areas.

New York Counties

The counties that were covered by the Lake Champlain Trail that may have records are:


Champlain map.png



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