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Adirondack cabin on the move

Famed naturalist’s home to become museum exhibit

Famed naturalist Anne LaBastille's cabin in the Adirondacks will soon be an exhibit at the Adirondack Museum.
Famed naturalist Anne LaBastille's cabin in the Adirondacks will soon be an exhibit at the Adirondack Museum.
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A remote Adirondack cabin built by famed naturalist Anne LaBastille will soon be moved from its wooded lakefront location to an indoor exhibit at a museum in the central Adirondacks. The small structure and many of LaBastille’s personal effects were donated to the Adirondack Museum by her estate following her death in 2011. An accompanying gift of $300,000 will help cover the cost of moving the rustic dwelling and incorporating it into a new exhibition, ...


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