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Title:
Big Averill Lake from Lakeside Inn veranda
Town:
Averill
County:
Essex
State:
Vermont
Date:
2005-06-26
Description:
Image shows lake with forested hills in distance. Grassy field in foregorund with a few shrubs. Summer. Gravel path in center of image. Robert Couture writes on 2007-01-11: Notice the smoke near center of the image. I believe a cottage may have been burning brush that day.
Filename:
LS01313_001.jpg
Size:
3131 x 2371 pixels; 2028964 bytes
Original Filename:
ls01313_001.jpg
GPS Location:
44.995972 N latitude, 71.710833 W longitude
Keywords:
Conifers; Deciduous; Ecosystems; Flowers; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Lakes; Landforms; Living Things; Meadows; Mountains; Nature; Plants; Season; Shrubs; Summer; Time; Trees; Wetland plants; Wetlands;
Source:
Robert Couture
Photographer:
Robert Couture
Submitted By:
Bierman
Submitted On:
2007-02-11
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Times viewed:
12292
Title:
Big Averill Lake from Veranda of Lakeside Inn
Town:
Averill
County:
Essex
State:
Vermont
Date:
1907 - 1915
Description:
The historic image shows boats in Lake Averill. There is a cleared, grassy area in the foreground and forested hills in the background of the photograph. A title at the top of the photograph reads, "Big Averill Lake, from Veranda of Lakeside Inn, Averill, Vt." Esther Munroe Swift writes on 2006-2-4: Averill ranks as one of the least populated towns in Vermont. It was granted by New Hampshire's Benning Wentworth in 1762 to a group of men from Connecticut, one of whom was Samuel Averill, for whom the town was named. Included in the grant were also Brunswick, Ferdinand, Wenlock (which was later divided into Brighton & Ferdinand) and Maidstone.. later they were granted Lewis and Lemington. According to the census records Averill never had any residents until 1830, when there was one man. It reached its peak in population in 1880 when there were 48 people. In more recent years the area has been popular with fishermen and climbers, and for many years a summer camp was run by the Quimby family.
Filename:
LS01313_000.jpg
Size:
1530 x 1008 pixels; 163913 bytes
Original Filename:
297AVERVILLE-2.JPG
GPS Location:
44.995972 N latitude, 71.710833 W longitude
Keywords:
Shorelines; Boats and Boating; Culture; Culture; Dinghies; Forests and Plants; Geology; Grassland plants; Hills; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Lakes; Landforms; Landscapes; Littoral plants; Living Things; Nature; Plants; Recreation; Resorts; Rural;
Source:
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont
Submitted By:
Kara
Submitted On:
2004-01-20
Original Media:
Postcard
Relative Dating Rationale:
Postcard
Times viewed:
11140
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