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In a major exhibit, the Ten Mile River Scout Museum explores how the 10,000+ acres Ten Mile River Scout Camps property was used before purchase by the New York City Scouts in 1927 & 1929.  The following subjects are included:

  • Lumbering

  • Post Offices

  • Fishing

  • Hunting

  • The Erie Railroad (including local railroad stations)

  • Tourist Accommodations

  • Youth Camps

  • Summer Home Directories

  • The Sullivan County Turtle Club

  • Gaul & Kampfer Company

  • The Minisink Company

Find out how your summer camp was used before it

became part of TMR.

Purchase the BEFORE TMR Exhibit Guidebook.

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