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In acclaim of William H. Miner

August 24, 2011
By RICHARD GAST , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Young Willie Miner first arrived at his aunt Huldah and uncle John's homestead farm in Chazy from Juneau, Wis. in 1873, after his father died leaving him orphaned. He set out to find his way in the world in 1880, taking a job as a machine shop apprentice with the Wabash Railway Company.

 
 
 

 

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