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Scout Overnight Program Offered at Fort Ticonderoga

Fort Ticonderoga is pleased to announce the return of the immersive Scout overnight program during the spring and fall of 2016. Scouts can book their adventure for Saturday nights May 14 through June 11 and September 10 through October 22. This … Continue reading

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Bringing Fort Ticonderoga to the Classroom

At Fort Ticonderoga, education is at the heart of our mission. Every day in the spring and fall, students visit us from around the corner and hours away. Our campus is bustling with inquisitive young minds, and we love the … Continue reading

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Fort Fever Series Explores the Construction of Redoubts at Ticonderoga in 1776-77

Fort Ticonderoga’s final “Fort Fever Series” for 2016 takes place on Sunday, April 10, at 2:00 p.m. with “Building 18th-Century Redoubts” presented by Assistant Military Programs Supervisor Nicholas Spadone. The cost is $10 per person and will be collected at … Continue reading

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Teacher Scholarships Awarded for Annual French & Indian War Conference

Fort Ticonderoga is pleased to announce the recipients of teacher scholarships to attend the Twenty-First Annual War College of the Seven Years’ War May 20-22, 2016. They are: Sean Albert, LaSalle School, Albany, New York Tod Guilford, Bluff Elementary School, … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga Teacher Institute Seeks Applications

Fort Ticonderoga is now accepting applications from teachers to participate in the 2016 Fort Ticonderoga Teacher Institute July 10-15, 2016. The focus of this year’s institute is “British Perspectives on the American Revolution” and will accommodate 12 teachers for a … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga Seeks Volunteers for Park Day

On Saturday, April 2, 2016, community leaders, history enthusiasts, and preservationists will team up with the Civil War Trust at more than 125 sites in 29 states to answer the call to service on Park Day. Celebrating its twentieth year, … Continue reading

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26th Regiment of Foot at Fort Ticonderoga

In his memoires, Ethan Allen portrayed himself as a brave patriotic leader, who had plenty of time for rousing speeches as he and the Green Mountain Boys rushed through the gates of Fort Ticonderoga before dawn on May 10th, 1775. … Continue reading

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North Country Regional Students to Advance to New York State History Day

History Day Competition held at Fort Ticonderoga on March 5  Twenty-five middle and high school students from the North Country won top prizes at North Country History Day on Saturday, March 5, at Fort Ticonderoga’s Deborah Clarke Mars Education Center. … Continue reading

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Annual Flowers from the King’s Garden: Blue Salvias

Dr. Leonard Perry, Horticulturist in Residence One of the annual flowers that Marian Kruger Coffin used in her 1920 design of the King’s Garden was salvia or flowering sage.  Of the over 900 herbaceous species of salvias worldwide, she used … Continue reading

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Experience Fort Ticonderoga on the Eve of the American Revolution during the “1775 British Garrison” Living History Event

Experience Fort Ticonderoga on the eve of the American Revolution as British soldiers and their families live in this peacetime fort on the frontier at Fort Ticonderoga’s upcoming event, “1775 British Garrison,” on Saturday March 19, from 10 am – … Continue reading

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