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Saratoga County's first four towns mark 225 years

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Back in the day, Ballston was a big town, the biggest on the north side of the Mohawk River in what was yet to become Saratoga County. You could mount a horse down near the Alplaus Kill, where Indians burned the hills, and ride north through bigger hills and down into the wide Sacandaga River valley beyond, then up into where the Adirondacks begin — and still be in the town of Ballston. Back in ...


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