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Maritime Museum boat will join Quebec anniversary, launch Champlain's 400th
Monday, 05/26/08
By Ross Sneyd
In a few weeks, a reproduction of a 19th century boat that plied the waters of Lake Champlain will set sail for Quebec City. The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum's replica canal schooner, the Lois McClure, will visit Quebec to help mark the city's 400th anniversary. As VPR's Ross Sneyd reports, the festivities in Quebec also start the observation of a big anniversary in the Champlain Valley.
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Interview with Art Cohn aboard the Lois McClure
Wednesday, 07/02/08
By Mitch Wertlieb
Celebrations will take place tomorrow in Quebec City as Quebeckers mark the 400th anniversary of the founding of their city, and Vermont will be well represented by the crew of the replica schooner Lois McClure. Art Cohn, director of the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is aboard the ship. He speaks with VPR's Mitch Wertlieb.
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Launching the Lois McClure
Saturday, 07/03/04
By Tom Slayton
This Fourth of July commentator Tom Slayton is celebrating a new link to the history of Lake Champlain.
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Lois McClure sets sail for Quebec
Tuesday, 06/17/08
The Lois McClure, an 88-foot full-scale replica of a 19th century lake freighter, sets sail from Lake Champlain's Basin Harbor today bound for Quebec City.
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Lake Champlain Monster celebrated in song
Tuesday, 08/19/08
Plattsburgh folk musician Stan Ransom, who's known as the Connecticut Peddler, has written a song celebrating the mystery of the Lake Champlain Monster.  It's called, Champ, and it's from his album, Songs of Lake Champlain.
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Swanton schoolkids learn the art of the ballad
Wednesday, 04/29/09
By Steve Zind
Folk legend Pete Sutherland helps students in Swanton craft their own ballad to honor Lake Champlain.
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