Lake Champlain: New Publication of Historic Images

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Announcing New Publication of Lake Champlain History

Maritime Museum shares history using striking images

The newest pictorial history book by Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, from Arcadia Publishing, titled Lake Champlain was released on October 6, 2014. Boasting nearly 200 images depicting scenes of days gone by, the book explores the history of this unique region.

Available at LCMM’s online gift shop, area bookstores, independent retailers, online retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing.  Retailers please contact 888-313-2665 orsales@arcadiapublishing.com

Lake-Champlain-Buy-the-BookLake Champlain

by Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

Images of America Series

Price: $21.99

128 pages/ softcover

Autographed copies available.

Inscription available upon request.

Available Now

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Join Lake Champlain Maritime Museum on October 11!

LCMM graphic designer Sarah Tichonuk holds the museum's latest publication Lake Champlain, while LCMM Gift Shop Manager Lisa Percival tries out our "photo op" featuring one of the book's historic images.  (Historic image courtesy University of Vermont Bailey/Howe Special Collections).

LCMM graphic designer Sarah Tichonuk holds the museum’s latest publication Lake Champlain, while LCMM Gift Shop Manager Lisa Percival tries out our “photo op” featuring one of the book’s historic images.  (Historic image courtesy University of Vermont Bailey/Howe Special Collections).

Visitors to Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s Book Launch event can step into an 1890s photograph of hard hat divers on the Burlington waterfront, featured in the Museum’s new book Lake Champlain.

Can’t make the event?
Buy the book online

When: Saturday, October 11, 2014; 10am-5 pm

Where: Lake Champlain Maritime Museum Store, 4472 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes, VT 50491

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, a nonprofit located in Vergennes, Vermont, shares underwater discoveries and lake history with the public in exciting and imaginative ways. The study of historic shipwrecks and nurturing traditional maritime skills inspire the museum’s hands-on programs, full-scale working replica vessels, and dynamic exhibits at a four-acre lakeside campus. Love Lake Champlain history? Check out our Bite Size History, a short, sweet, free, tasty download (pdf). Or visit www.lcmm.org.

Arcadia Publishing is the leading publisher of local and regional history in the United States. Our mission is to make history accessible and meaningful through the publication of books on the heritage of America’s people and places. Have we done a book on your town? Visithttp://www.arcadiapublishing.com.