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Noah John Rondeau's Adirondack Wilderness DaysNoah John Rondeau's
Adirondack Wilderness Days:
A Year with the Hermit of Cold River Flow

By William J. O'Hern

336 pages - 6 x 9 - Over 135 Vintage Photographs and Illustrations
Includes Maps, Index and Bibliography

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Index of Adirondack Wilderness Days for researchers and genealogy research.

Ad-i-ron-dac (magazine), 143
Adirondack Life (magazine), 25–26, 291
Adirondack Mountain Club, 5, 38, 89, 140, 172, 174, 180, 214
Adirondack Museum, 18, 35
The Adirondack Record, 182
Ampersand Lake, 106
Ampersand Mountain, 105–6
Ampersand Park, 71, 105–6, 259
Au Sable Forks, 3, 77, 152–53, 202, 227, 271
Ausable River, 271
Bartlette Club, 106
Bender, Max, 118, 175
Betters, Orvil, 157, 199, 202, 209
Big Dam, 76, 80, 88, 113, 115, 124, 173, 208, 222
Big Dam Logging Camp, 5, 8, 58, 102, 132, 135, 168, 296
Binghamton Press, 154
Blanchard, Frank, 71, 258–60, 267, 280, 282
Bombard, G.A., 8
Bombard Harry, 106
Bombard, Peter, 107
Bortman, Joseph, 152–154
Burger, Billy, 181–82, 227, 254
Burguiere, Oscar, 39, 41, 58, 113, 138, 140–42, 154, 191–92, 200, 233, 241, 243, 272–75, 273, 282–83
Burmaster, Ray L., 7, 10, 105
Boy Scouts of America, 13, 155, 210–211
Cap Put and Take,
Camp Seward, 49, 65, 138–139, 143, 146, 164, 242, 261, 268, 272, 296
Campbell, Douglas, 291–92
Carey, M.L., 8
Champagne, Linda, 15–16, 229
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 42, 104
Cochrane, Charles, 8
Code, see Rondeau, Noah John, code
Cold River, 1, 3, 5–8, 16, 23, 85, 99, 143, 209, 216, 240
Cold River City (Hermitage), 3, 9, 10–11, 14–24, 21, 32–35, 34, 39–41, 51–307, 60–61, 70, 95, 130, 147, 151, 158, 165, 183, 193–94, 205, 223, 239, 251, 307
Cole, George, 268
Conservation, Commission, see Conservation Department
Conservation Department, 6–10, 15–17, 31–32, 115, 167–69, 181, 199, 206, 217, 287, 304
Conservationist (magazine), 15, 284
Coreys, 4–7, 29, 73, 88, 167–70
Coreys Post Office, 5
Couchsachraga Peak, 6, 12, 32, 111, 145, 180, 184, 222, 230, 233
Creighton, Mary, 169–72
Dailey, Elric, E. J., 1, 166
Department of Conservation, see Conservation Department
Department of Environmental Conservation, see Conservation Department
De Sormo, Maitland, 15–16, 25–26, 32–33, 152, 305–6
Dittmar, Adolph G. "Ditt," 6, 11–12, 14, 30, 33, 86, 171, 189, 229–31, 260
Dittmar, Mary, 107, 229–31, 297
Dodge, Madeline, 288
Duck Hole, 25, 40, 42, 66, 92, 102, 128–29, 135, 146, 148, 200, 235, 247–49
Elizabethtown Post, 182
Emmett, Dan "Indian," 5–6, 88, 132
Engles, Vincent, 10–11
Fishing, 127, 133–138, 137, 164–165, 208–9, 212–13
Forty-Sixers, 32–33, 140, 172, 189
Forty-six high peaks, 32–33, 172
Fowler, Barney, 265
Goodnough, Frank, 118, 139, 234
Greene, David, 32–47, 33, 306
Greene, Evelyn Schaefer, 32–41
Gregory, Jay L., 14, 139–41, 234, 261, 268–69
Hackett, Joe, 291–92
Handsome Hill, 26–27, 39
Harmes, Edward A., 12–14, 130, 143–49, 147, 167, 180–181
Hathaway, Albert , 7
Hathaway, Marilyn, 252
Hermitage, see Cold River City
Holmes, H. V., 124–26
Hudowalski, Edward, 183, 205
Hudowalski, Grace, 13, 172, 179–80, 182–84, 183, 205
Hunting, 22, 78, 221, 243, 272–77, 275, 280–81, 286
Kelly, Jeff, 25
Knickerbocker News (The), 206–7
Lake Placid, 4, 17, 19, 58, 76, 153, 174–75, 181, 206, 225, 251. 302
Lake Placid Press, 15
Latimer, C.V., Jr., 40, 102, 139–41, 270, 272–74, 283
Latimer, C.V., Sr., 39–40, 65, 138–41, 139,150, 164, 192, 202, 212, 242–45, 251, 253, 261, 267–70, 269, 272–74, 303
Life With Noah: Stories and Adventures of Richard Smith with Noah John Rondeau (O’Hern), 26
Lumber companies and camps, 5, 135, 166, 170
L’scomb, John, 8
Marshman, Bill, 275
McCalvin, Gary, 107
McCalvin, Phil, 42, 107, 298
McClasland, B. B., 106–7
McCasland. Jeanette, 106–7
McCasland, Percilla, 102
McLane, Fred, 206, 217
Menz, Helen, 297
Meyers, John, 14
Miller, Clint, 174
Miller, Edward, 210–11
Miller, Erwin, 155
Miller, Seaver A. (Justice of the Peace), 7
Miller’s Falls, 204, 267, 272
Mooney, Charles, 202, 206–7, 217, 227–29
Morey, Cassi, 10
New York State Conservationist (magazine), see Conservationist
NYSDEC, see Conservation Department
North Country Books, 26
Northville-Placid trail, 30, 71, 142, 174–75, 211, 229, 231, 237, 247, 258–59, 270
Okie, Tony,19–21, 25
Oscar’s Bank, 39, 65
Pasho, William, 8
Petty, Bill, 5, 17, 304
Petty, Clarence, 4–5, 11, 29, 167–68
Pearsall, Adam, 37, 306
Plumley, Carl and Jim, 118, 143
Plumley, Gordon, 143
Plumley’s Point House, 118, 143
Putnam Farm, 33, 36–37
Quinn family, 215–16
Record-Post, Newspaper, 227
Rockefeller, Avery, 259
Rogers, Jim, 152–53
Rondeau, Noah John
biography, 3–18
code, 14–15, 28–47,30, 4546, 55, 169
fame, 15–17, 301
hermitage, 9, 33–35, 34, 45, 117, 130, 147, 183, 193–94, 205, 239, 251
illness, 17, 24
painting, 222–23, 233–35
photographs of, 3, 9, 17, 49, 53, 78, 81, 95, 107, 130, 137, 139, 147, 165, 183–84, 193–94, 205, 209,211, 213, 221, 239, 243, 251, 275, 286
poems, 51, 75, 97, 111, 161, 219, 290
trouble with the law, 6–8, 10–11, 29, 105, 115–16, 168–69
Russell, Earle, 118, 173, 284
Russell, Lucius, 107, 118, 120, 124, 173–74, 181, 284
Santa Clara Lumber Company, 5, 135, 166, 170
Seward Camp, see Camp Seward
Seward Book, 120, 133, 136, 140, 272, 279, 287
Seward Pond, 37, 111, 120, 127–28, 130, 133, 135–37, 146, 175, 212–13, 217, 230, 276, 280, 282, 292
Seward Mountain Range, 6, 75, 93, 106, 113, 135, 166–67, 172, 184, 192, 217, 237, 245, 276–77, 303
Seagears, Clayt, 15, 284
Singing Pines, 16, 24, 40n
Shattuck Clearing, 118, 146, 163, 174, 243, 261, 268, 284, 296
Smith, George, 20
Smith, Richard J., 12, 16, 19–32, 21, 38–43, 40n, 45, 57–58, 65–69, 71–74, 79, 84, 88–93, 101–4, 108–9, 113–18, 120–21, 124–29, 134–38, 148, 154, 163–64, 167, 172–73, 182, 187–92, 196, 198–204, 207, 209, 214, 222, 236, 241–45, 250–54, 264, 266–68, 273–77, 280–83, 285, 288–89, 294, 299–300, 302–3, 305–6
Snyder, Roy, 150–51, 236–38, 245–49
Squires, Enoch, 104, 185–86, 256, 264
Studer, Fred R., 231–32
Thatcher, Frank, 139, 141, 267, 270, 272
Thompson, H.A., 8
Toomey, Hubert, 177–179
Trapping, Trappers, 5–8, 10–11, 22–23, 54, 66, 72–74, 76, 79, 89, 103, 129, 166, 276–77, 279–80, 282–83
Tupper Lake, 11
Tupper Lake Herald, 168
Tyler, Wayne, 199–200, 202, 214, 226, 229, 232
Vosburgh, Earl A., 6–10, 105
Walker, Frank, 139, 268
Walter, Bill, 139, 268
Watertown Daily Times, 4
West, Carl, 180, 187
Whiteman, Clarence, 125, 262n, 271–75, 278–79, 283
Whitney, Bill, 269
WGY (radio), 104, 153, 185
Wood, Richard, 1, 166

 

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