King Hendrick Spring

Reynolds' family car near King Hendrick Spring, outside Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains. The natural spring was named for a Mohawk Chief who was killed near the site of the spring in 1755 while aiding Sir William Johnson. The spring was used by local residents as a source of drinking water.
Identifier
NYSL_PR5151_065
Date
1920
Contributor
Reynolds, Neil B.
Language
English
Source
New York State Library, Neil B. Reynolds Photograph Collection, PR5151, no. 65.
Rights
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Special Project
Environmental History Virtual Resource Collection

Geographic Locations

Warren County