Tag Archives: Fort Carillon

Understanding French Army Uniforms

This year Ticonderoga is very excited to be bringing to life 1757 and the French cannon crews that prepared to defend the walls of Fort Carillon, later named Ticonderoga. Looking at French uniforms in 1757 can be confusing. If you … Continue reading

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Let Slip the Dogs of War: Carillon’s Canines

In 2016, Fort Ticonderoga invited guests to bring their leashed dogs onto our campus to enjoy the remarkable scenic beauty and historic significance of the grounds. In recent years, more and more animals have been finding their way back to … Continue reading

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Witness the French Military Campaign to Capture Lake George on 260th Anniversary

Join Fort Ticonderoga for a one-day living history event Saturday, March 25th to witness how French soldiers, Canadians, and Native warriors prepare for an attack on Fort William Henry on March 16, 1757. From wool leggings and moccasins to snowshoes … Continue reading

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Bed Rugs, Blankets, Bolsters, and Berths

As a crowd walks into the barracks at Ticonderoga one person shouts out “I would never want to sleep here, that bed looks so uncomfortable!”  For visitors and re-enactors alike, this is often the first thought upon seeing beds, which … Continue reading

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Uncommon Sufferings

On the morning of January 21st, 1757, Robert Rogers and seventy-six of his officers and Rangers ambushed a column of French supply sleds headed from Fort Carillon towards Fort St. Frederic at Crown Point. Rogers’ Rangers successfully ambushed the front … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga Presents Epic “Battle on Snowshoes” Re-enactment on Saturday, January 21, 2017

Join Fort Ticonderoga as we recreate the epic 1757 Battle on Snowshoes on the anniversary of the event. This lesser known, but no less dramatic, Battle on Snowshoes brings to life the fierce clash in the woods between French soldiers … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga invites Homeschoolers for a Day Exclusively Reserved for Them! Homeschool Day will take place Friday, September 18, 2015

  On Friday, September 18, 2015 homeschool students and their parents are invited to join us for a day exclusively reserved for them. Spend the day at Fort Ticonderoga and take part in a series of interactive and immersive experiences … Continue reading

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Iron & Stone: Building Fort Carillon Exhibit Now Open

  Fort Ticonderoga Museum’s newest exhibit introduces the methods and logistics behind the construction of Fort Carillon (now Fort Ticonderoga). Using hands-on components, Iron & Stone: Building Fort Carillon allows visitors to see if they have what it takes to … Continue reading

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