New from Arcadia Publishing and local author Rachel Clothier is Corinth in the popular Images of America series, featuring over 200 vintage images.
Located at the northern edge of Saratoga County, Corinth has been both a rural agricultural community and an industrial center. It is home to one of International Paper’s largest mills, which used the Hudson for both transportation and energy generation.
Within Corinth, readers will discover the area’s past through images of mill workers, schoolchildren, farmers, shopkeepers and other residents, as well as the homes and businesses they built.
Highlights of Corinth:
• Includes Corinth’s long history as a mill town, processing timber, wool and grains using the power of the Hudson River
• Features how Corinth has long benefited from its surrounding natural resources
• Explains how Corinth’s name was selected from the Bible
• Shows Corinth incorporation in 1818 as a township
Available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and on-line retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing at (888)-313-2665 or www.arcadiapublishing.com.
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