A new roadside marker along Route 9 in Lake George honors a New Yorker who went on to become a prominent figure in 19th century Hawaii, The Saratogian reported. Charles Reed Bishop was born in 1822 in Glens Falls. In 1846, he traveled to Hawaii, where he became a lawyer, diplomat, banker and philanthropist. He married into the Hawaiian royal family and advised a succession of kings.
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