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What was the Season?
winter

Can you name the location?
Mohawk Trail

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This is the beautiful and proud Elk!!! It will be there forever to watch over the Mohawk Valley


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The Elk, proud as a peacock stands on the Mohawk Trail


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It would be great to find out the name of the person that created this great monument along with the Indian at Mohawk Park. The've been there forever, I'm turning 80 Ja. 2006, and the've been there as long as I recall and I was born in N.A. Othere than Mt. Greylock these are the most photographed landmarks other than the cabins just down the street from the elk on the opposit side and the Hairpin turn. John P. Dubreuil


Can you name the location?
summit on the mohawk trail


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The Elk was dedicated June 17, 1923. Adams, North Adams and Greenfield Elks contributed the approximately $6000.00 that it cost. It originally was a memorial to Elks who died in World War I but was rededicated in 1973 to honor those who served in all wars. The first Sunday of June each year state Elks officers conduct a service there.


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The elk at Whitcomb Summit on the Mohawk Trail


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