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Living History Event: 1776 Supplying our Army in Canada

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Ticonderoga was a vital link in the supply chain keeping an American Army alive at the gates of Quebec City in January 1776. In this one-day living history event, explore the many needs of an army in winter from shot to shoes. See how soldiers and teamsters kept sleds running over the ice of Lake Champlain to keep Continental Army soldiers fed and clothed in Canada.

Bring your family along to experience this exciting living history event during Fort Ticonderoga’s new schedule of programs during the Winter Quarters season. From now through April, visitors will be immersed in a more intimate experience at Fort Ticonderoga. From living history events, insightful seminars, specialty programs, and hands-on workshops, guests will have the opportunity to explore Fort Ticonderoga during what was traditionally the “Winter Quarters” season for armies of the 18th century.

Event Details

Scheduled For:

January 14, 2023 @ 10:00 am4:00 pm

Cost:

$10/child; $15/adult
Fort Ticonderoga Members & Ticonderoga Ambassador Pass holders receive free admission! Provide proof of Membership/Ticonderoga residency at the Admissions Booth upon arrival.

Location:

Fort Ticonderoga

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