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      The Town of Champlain Historic Calendars will benefit the Glenwood Cemetery Association of Champlain and can be purchased at many locations in the area.  Previous years' calendars are also available.

Champlain & Rouses Point
  • Village of Champlain office
  • Town of Champlain office
  • Champlain Memorial Library on Elm Street
  • Chauvin's Insurance Agency in Champlain (Route 11)

Long Distance (if not in the area)
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Previous years calendars are still available

    Most of the previous years’ calendars are still available for sale and include many more photographs and historic essays related to the Village and Town of Champlain, New York. 

    The calendars are priced the same as when they were first sold.  This is because these calendars contain historic photographs and an historic essay that has no relevance to the year that it was sold in.  The majority of people buying this calendar have bought it for the pictures and descriptions and not for the actual calendar showing the days of the month.  Thus, I believe that these calendars hold their value regardless of the year that they are sold in.  I have had many requests from people over the years who have purchased a calendar several years after it was produced.  I have been told that many people are collecting the entire series.  I thank the people who have purchased my calendars and have held on to them as keepsakes.

  • The 2003 calendar had a three page history of the Village of Champlain but is not available (it sold out).
  • 2004 had a seven page historical essay on the former Savoy Hotel and mansion of Champlain that burned down in 2003 ($11.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2005 had a seven page historical essay on the burning of the Champlain Presbyterian Church in 1844 and how it relates to the building of the Session House (current Knights of Columbus Hall) in 1848, new Presbyterian Church (old Village Hall) and other buildings ($12.00 plus $3.00 s/h).
  • 2006 had a seven page history that detailed the Village of Champlain’s extensive role in the War of 1812 ($13.00 plus $3.00 s/h).
  • 2007 had an expanded 11 page history on the founding of the Village and Town of Champlain by Pliny Moore ($13.00 plus $3.00 s/h).
  • 2008 had a 11 page history that detailed the settlement of Champlain in 1788 and building of its first sawmill ($13.00 plus $3.00 s/h).
  • 2009 had a 15 page history that detailed the building of the Crown Point and Plattsburgh Champlain Memorials. ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2010 had a 11 page history that detailed the history of Dewey's Tavern in the Town of Champlain. ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2011 had a 11 page history that detailed the history of the early settlements in Champlain Town including the Village of Champlain, Rouses Point, Perrys Mills and Coopersville ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2012 had a 15 page history that detailed the history of the cemeterys and burying grounds in Champlain Town ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2013 had a 15 page history that described the establishment of the early roads and bridges in Champlain Town ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2014 had a 15 page history that described the canal boat industry along the Great Chazy River ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2015 had a 19 page history that described the early iron industry including the Champlain Agricultural Works and the Sheridan Iron Works (which had a 158 year history).  ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2016 had a 19 page history that noted some of the earliest photographers in the Town of Champlain including Bert F. Paine.  His portraits made c1904-1907 are found at the Clinton County Historical Association and were printed.  Additional subjects include photographers L.P. Case of Champlain, Gates Photography of Plattsburgh, photographer W.B. Pierce of Rouses Point, Pliny Dunn, the WWI Armand Catelli funeral, Bill Earl, the Mansion House in the Village of Champlain, the Costello Apartment House, the Windsor (Saxony) and Marnes Inn and Dock (made by Dr. Charles Marnes), Slingsby's Dock and the Station House Hotel in Rouses Point. ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  • 2017 had a 19 page history that described the history of Point au Fer on Lake Champlain.  This was a post that had been controlled by the French, British and American forces at different times during the French and Indian War and Revolutionary War.  It includes recently discovered information never before published related to President George Washington's involvement with British harassment of people in the Town of Champlain long after the Revolutionary War ended.  ($15.00 plus $3.00 s/h)
  •  Looks like 2017 was the last historic calendar I will make.  Don't worry, I have a number of other projects that I have been working on and they may someday be printed. 
The Village of Champlain office, the Town of Champlain office and the Champlain Memorial Library have older copies of the calendars.  

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