Ticonderoga Online Collections
Ticonderoga’s Collections are now online! Hundreds of images are currently available through Ticonderoga’s online collections database with more records being uploaded regularly. Use the Keyword Search button in the database to search for a specific item, or the Random Images button to discover something new. For additional questions about an object, you may click on the Send Us Feedback button at the top of each record to contact a Collections Department staff member.
Collections Speed Dating is an opportunity to get behind-the-scenes looks at highlights from Ticonderoga’s Collections. Featuring Curator Matthew Keagle, these short videos are available on our Facebook page and Youtube channel.
Browse through our card catalog of rare books and manuscripts! Ticonderoga maintains one of the richest collections of material related to warfare in northeastern North America in the second half of the 18th century. The manuscript collection is an important source for studying the conflicts that shaped the political and cultural geography of the continent and consists of loose documents, such as letters, receipts, returns, muster rolls, and memoranda as well as bound diaries, journals, orderly and account books. These documents shed light on the daily experiences of soldiers and civilians from France, Great Britain, the United States, and Canada as well as interactions with the language and martial cultures of Native Americans in the wars of the late 18th century.