This Centennial Edition of "Adirondack Sampler" is presented in honor of the founding of the Adirondack Park by the New York State Legislature on May 20, 1892. Its "Blue Line" boundary encompasses six million acres of mountains, lakes, forests and towns, with 2.4 million acres publicly owned and declared "Forever Wild" in the State Constitution. The 3.6 million acres privately owned are home to 130,000 residents. A treasure trove of history, culture, music, folklore, adventure and scenic splendor!
ADIRONDACK SAMPLER: Cassette. (65:27) c 1992. Recorded and mixed by Charles Eller in 1992 at Charles Eller Studios, Burlington, VT. Cover photo: Stan Ransom. "Adirondack Sampler" created and stitched by needlework expert Susan J. Suess, formerly of Plattsburgh,NY.
Instruments: 12 string Alvarez guitar, One Star tenor banjo, 1926 Model A Gibson mandolin, Kenneth Butler hammered dulcimer.