The Sagamore Resort

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• Revisit a bygone era at the Sagamore Resort, built in 1883 on an island in New York's Lake George as a summer getaway for wealthy and prominent residents of the area. The name of the resort comes from a character in James Fenimore Cooper's "The Last of the Mohicans," as do the names of several of the nearby islands.

• Discover the site's rich history -- through three iterations of the hotel after two early incarnations were destroyed by fire -- by viewing the long hallway on the lower level on whose walls photos, letters, and even menus are framed.

• Join one of the onsite tours to walk through the resort's history and learn from a resident expert about the Victorian-era delights once enjoyed by guests, the restoration of the hotel in 1983 and its addition to the U.S. National Register of Historic places that same year, and some of the site's ghost lore.
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