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Perpetuating American Traditions for Future Generations

Ticonderoga’s, The First 250 Years ~ 2014 Calendars Available

Looking for a unique gift for the Holidays? Ticonderoga, the First 250 Years Committee’s historical 2014 calendars are now available and would be a long-lasting gift. The new calendars are filled with new themes and photographs. A must have for anyone with an interest in Ticonderoga’s history and for the collector

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An American Tradition ~ A Celebration of Thanksgiving

From us to you – wishing that all our members and friends of the Ticonderoga Historical Society have a very enjoyable Thanksgiving Day with family and friends

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Ticonderoga’s Veterans Remembered

Ticonderoga’s “On Hallowed Ground, Veterans Cemetery Walks” is a time to remember those men and women who served their country. They shared a part of their lives, some in times of peace and some in the time of conflict.

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Annual Festival of Trees 50/50 Raffle Tickets Available

The Annual Festival of Trees will be held by the Ticonderoga Historical Society at the Hancock House, Sunday, December 8th. The popular 50/50 raffle drawing will be pulled at this time.

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Retrieving the Colors, Veterans Day 2013

Ticonderoga’s American Legion Post #224 veterans, assisted by The Sons of the American Legion, Squadron #224, and three Eagle Scout members from Boy Scout, Troop #72 “Retrieved the Colors” today at seven local cemeteries, their own Veterans Memorial in Bi-Centennial Park, the Boy Scout’s Monument, and finishing with a special service at the Nursing Home.

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