Anoatok

Anoatok, now Kane Manor Inn, is an historic residence which is located in Kane, , in McKean .

Commissioned by the author, physician and women’s rights activist Elizabeth Dennistoun Kane (1836–1909), one of the first women to enroll in the Medical College of and the widow of Civil General Thomas L. Kane (1822–1883), the home was erected in 1896 after being designed for Elizabeth Kane by Cope & Stewardson, one of the most prominent architecture firms of the late 1800s and early 1900s.

The mansion’s name alludes to the exploits of her late brother-in-law and Arctic explorer Elisha Kent Kane.