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Originally appearing in Volume V16, Page 94 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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LAKE GENEVA=-LAKSHMI to the S. and Lake Champlain to the E., and to the N.E. may be seen, on clear days, the spires of Montreal. In the valleys E. and S. are the headwaters of the famous Ausable river. About 2 M. E. of the village, at North Elba, is the grave of the abolitionist, John Brown, with its huge boulder monument, and near it is another monument which bears the names of the 20 persons who bought the John Brown farm and gave it to the state. The railway to the village was completed in 1893. The village was incorporated in 1900.
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JOSEPH LAKANAL (1762-1845)

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