Fun Facts


History of the Uriah Patrick House:
The building that is now the Adirondack Country Store was originally built as a home in the 1890's. The home was built by Uriah Patrick, a local blacksmith. Uriah was a serious hunter and fisherman and belonged to a local group that went on hunting trips together. These pictures show the group, made up of many Northville men. The picture with the deer is Uriah and his dog. Uriah and his wife Belle are buried in the cemetery just up the hill from us and we like to think they are keeping an eye on us. A favorite item here is a horseshoe that was found in the back yard. This hangs in the hallway of the store we like to think of it as a good luck token from Uriah and Belle.

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