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If you threw a dart at a map of the Adirondack Park, a dead-center hit would be somewhere near the confluence of the Indian and Hudson rivers in Hamilton County, just before the foaming Hudson Gorge rapids start. It’s the pulsing heart of one of the wildest parts of the 6-million-acre park, and the state just acquired it. But things could have been different. Back in the 1960s, there were plans for four dams that ...


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