1910 Ausable Chasm Hotel
AUSABLE
Clinton County
New York
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1935 Hill Krest Cabins
1935
Hill Krest
Cabins
Ausable Forks
Gezzi
Poster
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Gezzi Poster
Kindergarten
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Ausable Chasm 3 views
Ausable
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November 8th., 1901

Dear ones all,                                                                                  

As you wished me to keep you posted about
grandmother,  I will drop you a card this morning, as
George told Judy yesterday if we wanted to see her alive
we would have to go pretty soon for she was failing fast
and would not last much longer.  Aunt Lydia is very poorly
also and they do not have any hopes for her getting well.

Yours in  haste,

                       Alex
1901 Ausable Chasm postcard
Beer's Map of Keeseville, NY
1876
Keeseville
Map

Beers Map




St. John
the
Baptist Church
Keeseville
Main Street
Keeseville
1849 Letter from Clintonville, NY
1849
Letter
to
William Clough
Peru
from
Clintonville
1894
Letter
to
E. Feltt, Esq.
Clintonville
The Town of Ausable was formed on March 29, 1839 from part of the Town of Peru.  Edward Everett, John and
Jehiel Beardsley and
Matthew Adgate were among the first to come to the area about 1786.   Ausable is named
after the sandy river discovered by French explorers - Rivière au Sable.
Historian
Roby Scott
scottdr@charter.net
1894 Route 22
Keeseville, NY 12944
518-834-7342
COMMUNITIES IN THE TOWN OF AUSABLE
Ausable Beach, Ausable Chasm, Birmingham Falls, Clintonville (aka Russia Iron Works), Dwyer Corners, Ferrona, Harkness,
Keeseville (aka Anderson Falls), Keese Corners, New Sweden, Rogers, The Union, Thomasville, West Ausable
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