Seneca Ray Stoddard: An Intimate Portrait of an Adrondack Legend
By Daniel Way MD
This is the story of a remarkable American from upstate New York who emerged from humble beginnings during the post-Civil War era to become a renowned artist, author, photographer, explorer, surveyor, cartographer, traveler, inventor, lecturer and Adirondack environmentalist over a six-decade career. In doing so, he had a profound impact on the New York landscape that endures to the present day. However, although his achievements should have been immortalized his name forever, Seneca Ray Stoddard had been all but forgotten by the mid-twentieth century.
205 pages, Paperback