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Wild at heart

Clarence Petty, shaped by the woods, did the fieldwork to define what is now wilderness

December 5, 2009
By MIKE LYNCH, Enterprise Outdoors Writer

Few, if any, Adirondackers in the past century have been more tied to the concept of wilderness - as both an ideal and a way a life - than Clarence Petty, who died Monday in his family home in Canton at the age of 104.

 
 

 

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