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Perpetuating American Traditions for Future Generations

Clayton H. DeLano

On February 8, 1836, Clayton H. (Harris) DeLano was born into one of the earliest Ticonderoga settler families; and, for several decades was a leading citizen of the town.

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Where did that street name come from?

Ever wondered how and when Ticonderoga’s by-ways were identified? Here is a brief historical review.

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New Book Titles, Great Gifts

Looking for that last minute gift item? Here are five new book titles that recently arrived in our Gift Shop just in time for Christmas.

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“A date which will live in infamy..”

A Pearl Harbor Day memorial ~ the Ticonderoga Historical Society, provides a photographic reflection of the terrible destruction that fell upon our air and naval forces at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and remembers local servicemen that were there..

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Popular “Chilson Hill” Book is Back!

You will cry and you will laugh as she tells her recollections of her childhood growing up on “Chilson Hill” (Ticonderoga) during the 1930s. A real MUST READ!

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“The New Kid” by Jean Arleen Breed

“The New Kid” by Jean Arleen Breed, is just one of several new books to arrive in our Gift Shop and ready for your reading pleasure, or for gift giving.

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