Phoenicia | Chronogram Magazine


The thick alpine forests of hemlock and white pine and rushing waters of the Esopus Creek in present-day Phoenicia have long offered extraordinary hunting and fishing opportunities, drawing the Lenape people for thousands of years, followed by European settlers and their subsequent industries. By the late 19th century, a new railroad was bringing New York City tourists up the mountain in droves. These days, although the railroad is long defunct, the story is much the same.

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