Tahawus Memories 1941-1963
Tahawus Memories 1941-1963: The Story of a Unique Adirondack Hometown
By Leonard A. Gereau
Tahawus Memories 1941-1963 presents the story of a unique Adirondack community which existed for only twenty-two years.
Created from the urgency of World War II demands, Tahawus was at one time the site of the world's largest titanium mine. Tahawus Memories recounts village life through the recollections of former residents and contemporary news accounts. Enjoy a glimpse into Tahawus, New York- a very special hometown.