Fort Ticonderoga’s Center for Digital History allows us to reach beyond the historic grounds to bring award-winning educational programs into classrooms globally!
To schedule a program and for more information, contact Fort Ticonderoga Group Sales Manager Ryann Wiktorko at 518-585-1023 or email@example.com.
A Soldier’s Life
This engaging 45-minute program incorporates history, geography, and math to provide context to the daily experience of American soldiers during the Revolutionary War. Students will explore the equipment and food of soldiers and discuss the challenges of transporting and supplying the Continental Army, keeping in mind Fort Ticonderoga’s strategic location.
A Provincial Soldier's Life
French & Indian War
This engaging 45-minute program incorporates history and geography to provide context to the daily experience of American Provincial soldiers on campaign during the French & Indian War. Students will explore the connections between colonial military service, global networks of trade, and imperial competition for resources.
Maritime Artificer's Apprentice
Building the American Fleet
This engaging 45-minute program incorporates history, science, geography, and math to discuss Ticonderoga’s Revolutionary War naval history on Lake Champlain and its role in the founding of our nation. Students will examine the maritime trades of sailmaking, rigging, and naval carpentry and consider the importance of naval transport in supplying and defending a new nation.
Guided Inquiry into Revolutionary War Documents
This engaging 50-minute discussion with our historians explores the Revolutionary War through the archives of Fort Ticonderoga. This program includes prepared research topics including medicine, combat and tactics, supply, women and civilians, and militia.