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Schoharie Crossing a site for fans of history, nature

A visitor to the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site reads one of the many interpretive panels out by the Yankee Hill lock.
A visitor to the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site reads one of the many interpretive panels out by the Yankee Hill lock.
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Ever since the place opened in 1966, the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site in Fort Hunter has been something of a triple threat. Originally designed as a place for visitors to learn about the Erie Canal, there’s also been plenty of Native American history associated with the site, especially in the past few years. And, if you’re more of an outdoor person just looking to commune with nature, Schoharie Crossing is also a great destination. ...


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