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Can the historic photographs and primary documents found on this site be used for class work?
Teachers are encouraged to download documents and photographs for study by individual students or an entire class. Please integrate the materials into the curriculum. See the Material Use and Permissions page for information that will address other uses.
Can I use some of the photographs in a report on the Adirondacks that I am writing for a homework assignment?
You may use photographs for homework projects as long as source credit is listed in your bibliography. All of the images found on this site are owned by the Adirondack Museum. The Adirondack Museum is the source of the material. Please see the Material Use and Permissions page for the information you will need.
I am looking for information about my great-grandfather who was an Adirondack guideboat builder and may have lived near Long Lake, New York. How can I tell if there is material about him on this site?
Although this site is not a complete history of the Adirondacks, you can use the Search Feature to search for a name, place, or object such as a"guideboat." Please go to the Search the Site page for more information.
I found a photo of lumberjacks that would look AWESOME on a T-shirt! Can I use it to make shirts to sell to my friends and classmates?
The material and images published on this website are the property of the Adirondack Museum and their use for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. See the Material Use and Permissions page for more information.
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