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The Champlain Quadricentennial
At Clinton Community College 


Wednesday, July 8
Native American Culture and Heritage
Thursday, July 9
French Canadian Culture and Heritage
Friday, July 10 
Legacy: 400 years of History in the Northern Champlain Valley
Tom Porter: Bear Clan Elder

David Fadden: Wolf Clan Storyteller

Kay Olan: Wolf Clan Storyteller

Kontiwennaha:wi: The Akwesasne Women Singers

Caro Thompson: Filmmaker
Film: Champlain, The Lake Between

Native American Craft Venders on the Oval

Roy Hurd: Singer-songwriter
Frank Orsini: Fiddler

Celine Paquette: Vice-Chair Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial

Susan Ouellette: Author, Conflict and Accomodation in North Country Communities, 1850-1930

Sylvie Beaudreau: Professor of History at SUNY Plattsburgh

Frank Christopher: Filmaker
Film: Dead Reckoning

Reenactors near the Pavilion

Homespun Occasions on the Oval
: French dancing for all ages

Josee Vachon: French-Canadian Singer-Songwriter

Anastasia Pratt: Clinton County Historian

Richard Frost: Author, Plattsburgh, NY: A City's First Century

Kevin Dann: Professor of History at SUNY Plattsburgh

Rick Norcross
 and Bret Corbin
: Transportation on Lake Champlain

Reenactors on the Oval

: Roots Country, Bluegrass Trio

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