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Perpetuating American Traditions for Future Generations

The Fall of Fort Ticonderoga 1777

On the early days of July 1777, Fort Ticonderoga fell to the British. A brief review of the events leading to the Fall of Ticonderoga.

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The Anxious Seat

From the pen of Henry Abbott, The Anxious Seat, perched high and waiting for deer to past to no avail; however, he is visited by several other familiar Adirondack woodland denizens.

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Once Upon a Time – “Our Hospital”

A “look-back” to the early history of “Our Hospital” as we “look-forward” to the new “Medical Village.”

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Major Robert Rogers, Trader

Reflections on the not so well known activities of Major Robert Rogers as a merchant trader.

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A Tribute to Abe Lincoln

A Ticonderoga Historiical Society photographic tribute to Abraham Lincoln on his 208th birthday – 12 February 2017

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Gold Rush Letters – Father & Son ~ Part II

Part two of letters between Charles Hammond and his son John who participated in the great California “Gold Rush” of 1849.

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