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A View of History: “Snake” Dunbar & The Serpent

Archivist Tom Tryniski brings us one of local history’s taller tales today.  He introduces us to William Dunbar, hunter of sea serpents in what we now call Lake Neatahwanta. Click on the photo below to see a full-sized version.  It’s a large graphic and will load slowly.

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