Mohican House, Lake George, Skowhegan, ca. 1920

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Mohican house, a seasonally operated hotel, was built by George Washburn in 1892.

The lake at that time was called Pooduck Pond. Washburn didn't care for that name and took the liberty of renaming it after himself, Lake George.

The hotel received a major upgrade in 1901 when the Tuttle brothers, Warren and Charles, bought it. Later, the site was converted to a summer camp for boys and girls, Camp Modin, and is now the Lake George Regional Park.

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  • Title: Mohican House, Lake George, Skowhegan, ca. 1920
  • Creator: Lake George Association
  • Creation Date: circa 1920
  • Subject Date: circa 1920
  • Locations:
    • Skowhegan, Somerset County, ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Dimensions: 8.5 cm x 12 cm
  • Local Code: Mohican House Lake George 01.jpg
  • Collection: Lake George Association Collection
  • Object Type: Image

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66 Elm Street, PO Box 832, Skowhegan, ME 04976
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