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History of Canadice by Margaret Bott

Margaret Bott is writing a new “History of Canadice.” It is sure to bring an up-to-date prespective to what we wish to know about this place and its people.

Margaret Bott

Hemlock Stories by Ira Briggs

Ira Briggs has lived his whole life in Hemlock NY. He writes short stories from his memories of the people and events of Hemlock NY.

Ira Briggs

Nature in the Little Finger Lakes by Angela Crothers

Angela Cannon Crothers writes a column called “Nature in the Little Finger Lakes”. Her column appears in the Lake Country Weekender newspaper.

Angela Cannon Crothers

Springwater Party Line

Katherine Humphrey writes a weekly article called “Springwater Party Line”. Her articles are published in several local newspapers and are posted on the Springwater NY website.

Katherine Humphrey

Thoughts By a Country Woman by Clara Mack

Clara Mack wrote a column for the Wayland Register between 1935 and 1950 called “Thoughts by a Country Woman”. She lived with her husband in Springwater NY.

Clara Mack

A Historian Reminisces by Havilah Toland

Havilah Toland, the Springwater Historian, reminisces about Springwater and Canadice. We hope to read many stories from the pen of Havilah Toland.

Havilah Toland

Anecdotes by Mrs. Maude Van Duyne

Mrs. Maude Van Duyne published her anecdotes in a column for the Wayland Register. She also belonged to the Canadice Literay Society.

Mrs. Maude Van Duyne

Tales from Hemlock and Canadice Lakes.

Here is a collection of tales and historical fiction about Hemlock and Canadice Lakes. They are mostly local legends that have been passed on mouth to mouth.

Various Authors

New Columnists coming soon.