Woodhull Lake is NEAR the Fulton Chain but not actually part of it.  It
feeds into the Bisby Lakes southeast of the Fulton Lakes and eventually to
the Moose River. The shores of Woodhull Lake are partly owned by the
Adirondack League Club.  In 1849 (before the League Club or any of its
predecessors existed) the state built a temporary dam on Woodhull Lake to
provide water for the Black River Canal (the Moose flows to the Black).  A
permanent dam was constructed in 1860.

                          /  "Few fully understand what the Adirondack
    Philip G. Terrie      \  wilderness really is. It is a mystery even to
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     (419) 372-8886       /  through its vast and silent recesses."
                          \                     --Verplanck Colvin, 1874