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Seneca Ray Stoddard: An Intimate Portrait of an Adirondack Legend by Daniel Way
This is a virtual program.
This biography of Seneca Ray Stoddard is the story of a remarkable American from upstate New York who emerged from humble beginnings during the post-Civil War era to become a renowned artist, author, photographer, explorer, surveyor, cartographer, traveler, inventor and Adirondack environmentalist over a six-decade career. In so doing, he had a profound impact on the New York landscape that endures to the present day.
About The Speaker:
Daniel Way, a native of Glens Falls, practiced Family Medicine in the Adirondack Park as a primary care physician for the Hudson Headwaters Heath Network for 38 years, retiring in 2018. He has published three books about his medical practice in addition to his most recent work on Seneca Ray Stoddard.