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Presidential host constructed by Quaker twins – Worldtourism Wire

In 1869, Albert Smiley, a nature-loving Quaker school teacher, bought a lot for a good price – 300 acres around a lake and a tavern in spectacular natural surroundings in the heart of 26,000 acres in the Shawangunk Mountains, New York. The Mohonk Mountain House is to be built soon.

| Mohonk Mountain House Hotel in New York: Presidential host built by Quaker twins

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