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Ruth Caswell Ashline Female

75 Haynes Rd. Plattsburgh, NY Location

Sunday, January 9, 2005 11:14 AM Permalink Write a comment

smile Good Morning, Loved the book, you really need to do another one where this one left off. My Dad and brother worked in the mines. Dad died in 1977 and my brother Allen Bud Caswell is still living, he would make a good contact for you to interview. Happy Writing, Best to you. Ruth

Vicky L. (Tracey) Cappellino Female

Gouverneur, NY 13642 Location

Friday, January 7, 2005 10:26 PM Permalink Write a comment

I recently ordered "Lyon Mountain History" and look forward to reading about the mining town. My dad, Leslie T. Tracey grew up there and worked at the mines. He passed away in 1965 when I was quite young so I would love to learn about where he grew up. Thank you for the e-mail!

sandra collins cantrell Female

missouri Location

Sunday, January 2, 2005 01:39 PM Permalink Write a comment

i was brought up in lyon mountain and went to school there my dad david collins worked in the mines i would really like to have these books and have some of my friends that i have known for a long time but lost touch with them to please e-mail me

Mike Coty Male

Altona Location

Wednesday, December 29, 2004 01:16 PM Permalink Write a comment

I enjoyed your book on The Altona Flat Rock.It is one of the best books on the area.Having walked much of The Rock when I was young while searching for blueberries or hiking to the Million Dollar Dam or Dead Sea area or trekking to the fire tower ,reading the book brought all these areas back to mind.
I just purchased the Lyon Mountain book and am looking forward to it as well.
Happy Holidays,

mark flick Male

malone ny Location

Tuesday, December 28, 2004 09:28 AM Permalink Write a comment

smile Hey I am interested in local history and hope to keep in touch, Mark

chad cichomski Male

altona Location

Monday, December 20, 2004 06:54 AM Permalink Write a comment

cool I glad that there is some books on local history. I happen to live in altona an own some of the flat rock land.

Susan Schenck Female

Tiverton, RI 02878 Location

Sunday, December 19, 2004 12:48 AM Permalink Write a comment

Was very interested to get an email regarding the little town of Lyon Mt, especially since my mom and dad own a "camp" on Sunset Road in that town. I grew up in Chateaugay and spent every summer until I was married in Lyon Mt, on the lake, going to St. Bernards for mass on Sundays. My mom and my brother still attend functions at the legion. I grew up with friends whose parents actually worked in the mines in the 60's. I will definitely be interested in ordering these books. thanks.

Mark S. & Joanne M. Bartowski Male

Syracuse,NY Location

Saturday, December 18, 2004 09:55 AM Permalink Write a comment

My wife's maiden name is McKinney. She is originally from Lyon Mt. We shall be moving back to her hometown when I retire.Her brother,Donald, has purchased the Linney House and we are in the process of refurbishing it.

Shirley Brooks Female

West Chazy, New York Location

Friday, December 17, 2004 07:46 PM Permalink Write a comment

I am interested in two books on Lyon Mountain. My Dad worked there. Could you email me your whereabouts so I can get these books? Shirley Brooks

Donald Secore Male

6 South St Cromwell, CT 06416 Location

Thursday, December 16, 2004 03:29 PM Permalink Write a comment

We received our book from our niece for Christmas. Both our dads (Edward Secore and Pete Corral} worked in the mines and we are so glad that we have this book which will bring back alot of memories. We were born and brought up in Lyon Mountain and are well informed of the happenings in the mining town.
Just want to say thank you for a job well done and for a book that we will enjoy reading many times.

Donald & Ramona {Corral} Secore
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