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Perpetuating American Traditions for Future Generations

New additions to our collection

Through donations many new items were acquired during 2014 for the Society’s library and museum collections.

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“A Return to the Past”

A personal invitation to see a retro slide presentation of old Ticonderoga ~ “A Return to the Past;”

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In Harm’s Way

At 1201 on 21 January 1945, near Formosa, a Japanese Kamikaze pilot crashed his “Zeke” plane through the flight deck of the USS Ticonderoga (CG14). Just short of an hour later a second suicide pilot crashed his plane into “Ti’s” super-structure.

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A Battle on Snowshoes, January 1757

In Ticonderoga’s beautiful Trout Brook Valley of today, where so many during the warmer months enjoy the pleasure of playing golf, there stands a roadside marker that references another type of “ball” – the musket ball; and, of warfare – a battle on snowshoes.

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