The First Adirondackers: Part One

Working with their students, biologist Curt Stager of Paul Smith’s College – and archeologist Tim Messner of SUNY Potsdam – have been making eye-opening finds. Their discoveries on land, underground, and in muck hauled up from the bottoms of ponds support what John Fadden and his family, of the Six Nations Indian Museum – in Onchiota, New York, have been telling those who would listen for years: that humans arrived in the Adirondacks at the end of the last Ice Age, and some of their descendants are still here.

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Ed Kanze, Naturalist and Adirondack Guide