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Perpetuating American Traditions for Future Generations

USS Ticonderoga (CG-47) To be Scrapped?

USS Ticonderoga (CG-47), the first ship of the AEGIS guided Missile Class of the US Navy looks like, after years of being on the “Museum” hold list, will finally be scrapped. Currently, mothballed in Philadelphia it’s survival as a museum ship is in question.

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“SNL” Here in Ti!!

James, a Ticonderoga native, and well know Elvis impersonator, will present ” The King in Concert: An Elvis Tribute.” His 75 minute non-stop concert, with his Las Vegas Show Band, will be singing over 30 Elvis hits.

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“The War of 1812” – New Book Donated

Historians, students, and naval buffs will enjoy one of the newest themed books accessioned into the Society’s Research Library. “The War of 1812 – and the Rise of the U.S. Navy” was recently donated by Robert Lamb, trustee and naval historian.

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New bench installed at Champlain Legacy Park

The Ticonderoga Historical Society has been the sponsor and main benefactor for the development of Champlain Legacy Park that is located on the north side of the LaChute River’s Lower Falls.

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Colleen Bessett Newest Gift Shop Volunteer

If you have an interest in history, a desire to help the Society preserve the Hancock House and its great collections, we invite you, like Colleen and David,  to become a member and volunteer.

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