Adirondacks for All, and last chance to see the lost diary of Dr. Livingstone | Passport Picks

Rediscover the forgotten history of diversity in the Adirondacks. Explore the land through the enduring connection of the Mohawk people, the pursuit of racial justice by pre-Civil War Black settlers, the often-overlooked role of women in conservation, and the complex relationship between the pristine wilderness and issues of incarceration.

Last chance to watch Secrets of the Dead: The Lost Diary of Dr. Livingstone before it leaves Passport on March 26th!

Dr. David Livingstone is the renowned British explorer, whom American journalist Henry Morton Stanley greeted with the now famous words, “Dr. Livingstone, I presume.” When New York Herald reporter Stanley found him in a small African village on November 10, 1871, the reclusive Livingstone had lost contact with the outside world for six years.

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