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Valley View Memorial Chapel

In a quiet and peaceful valley there stands a stone chapel, and it over looks this valley where battles were fought, early settlers built their log cabins and cultivated its soil, and were they laid the bones to rest when all was done.

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How Deep Are Your Roots?

How deep are your roots? The first English Land Grant Patentee that settled here in Ticonderoga was John Stoughton in July 1764. We are not aware of any his descendants that still live in the area; however, there are families from some of the earliest settlers that have deep roots in the town. Are you one of them? Is so we would like to hear from you.

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A Woman’s Heroism, Battle of Plattsburgh – 1814

One woman’s heroism aboard the USS Eagle at the Battle of Plattsburgh, September 11th, 1814

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