James Schlett Signing A Not Too Greatly Changed Eden and Anita Rowlands Signing Murder in the North Country

James Schlett will be signing A Not Too Greatly Changed Eden:The Story of the Philosophers’ Camp in the Adirondacks and Anita Rowlands will be signing Murder in the North Country: An Adirondack Mountain Mystery .

James Schlett is an award-winning journalist and former Gazette reporter. His book reveals the story of the 1858 Philosophers Camp attended by Ralph Waldo Emerson and other VIPs from the Boston area, including William Stillman who was born in Schenectady and attended Union College.

“Schlett...has produced a thorough, fascinating, and absolutely invaluable book on one of the key events in Adirondack history.”
— Phillip Terrie, The Adirondack Explorer

In Murder in the North Country, a killer is on the loose in the Adirondacks. Will he be caught before he can strike again?

“Rowlands pulls readers in and keeps them there from start to finish. As crisp as the cold Adirondack mountain air.”
— Dennis Webster, author & editor of Adirondack Mysteries

Anita Rowlands is a native New Yorker who is captivated by the Adirondack Mountains...the people, the drama, the conflicts and the stories.

A Not Too Greatly Changed Eden: The Story of the Philosophers' Camp in the Adirondacks Cover Image
$32.95
ISBN: 9780801453526
Availability: Usually Arrives in 3-5 Business Days
Published: Cornell University Press - June 5th, 2015

Event date: 

Sunday, September 27, 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Event address: 

128 Jay St
Schenectady, NY 12305

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