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showcasing a unique collection of Adirondack Books , gifts and North Country crafts
inspired by the Great Camps of the Adirondacks.
our unique selection of hand crafted
Adirondack Lighting ~ Antler Chandeliers & Lamps ~ Hand
Painted Canoe Paddles ~ Adirondack
Packbaskets ~ Rustic Furniture ~ Adirondack Prints ~ Adirondack Books ~ Authentic
Birch Bark Framing ~ and so much more...
Adirondack Vistas Calendar
Beautiful Lake George
By photographer- Carl Heilman
here to view Adirondack
Nature Prints by Kim Hildreth.
you ever thought about publishing your very own book about the Arts in the Adirondacks?
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Views of an American Wilderness
author and photographer, Carl Heilman II, has captured a real sense of the Adirondack
region with his spectacular imagery,
and evocative narrative.
here to order yours!
New York: A Celebration of Our State's Natural Beauty Voyageur
Press - 2005 Charles Brumley, author/ Bill McKibben, foreword/ Carl Heilman, photographs
Hardcover - 160 pages, 202 photographs
The Adirondacks Rizzoli International
2006 Photography and Introduction by Carl Heilman
II Hardcover, 5"x7" format - , 224 pages, 160 photographs
Gifts From the North Woods!
Robert Stump Studios
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A brief history of the Adirondacks from the first sighting by a European in 1535,
through the eras of trapping, iron mining, and lumbering, to the development of
railroad and steamboat lines that led to the influx of tourists and building of
the "Great Camps". The sixty years from 1870 to 1930 were the heyday
of these camps, the "Guilded Age" of the Adirondacks. Kaiser gives a
fascinating account both of the personalities who engineered and financed these
fabulous structures and of the bulidings themselves.
Camps of the Adirondacks" by Harvey Kaiser
Arden is the home of Arden Creek Designs. Located in a peacful setting, deep in
the Adirondack Mountains. Camp Arden has been in existence since 1880. It is believed
that the name Arden is derived from "The Forest of Arden" located in England and
the setting for Shakespear's play "As You Like It". Camp Arden is one of the few
remaining camps of its kind. A timeless, unique record, typical of the Adirondacks
where the family camp spread into a small village of cabins, each unit with a
Over the years, Camp Arden has been a part of the local
history representative of the bright era in the north-central Adirondacks; the
days of Paul Smith and Dr. E. L. Trudeau.
Using the same resourcefulness, energy and high spirits that brought the early
inhabitants to the Adirondacks, Arden Creek Designs aims to achieve that enviable
condition where traditions of both the past and present are brought together not
to jar but to enrich one another.
Arden Creek Designs has gathered a select
group of artisans from the Adirondack Mountains to represent. Their products are
of the highest quality and unique in their design and craftmenship. We at Arden
Creek Designs are pleased to be able to offer these products to you.
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