Fort Ticonderoga Awarded Grant from American Battlefield Protection Program, National Park Service

Fort Ticonderoga, a museum, major cultural destination, and National Historic Landmark, has been awarded a $147,151 Preservation Planning Grant from the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP), National Park Service for the survey of the American encampment on Liberty Hill. As American forces retreated from their disastrous invasion of Canada and arrived at Ticonderoga in July […]

A Fragile Portrait, a Story of Strength

Frances Montresor-Buchanan-Allen-Penniman represents the tumultuous experience of a woman during the Revolutionary Era. She was the illegitimate daughter of a British officer, born in the Mohawk Valley of New York, whose mother died in childbirth. This painting was completed when Frances (Fanny) was 11 years old around the time her family moved from New York […]

Fort Ticonderoga Announces the Creation of the Northern Department

The Project Will Highlight Regional Historic Sites to Expand Awareness and Tourism during the 250th Commemorative Years, 2024-2027 (Ticonderoga, N.Y.) Fort Ticonderoga has announced the creation of the 250th Northern Department, as part of its plans for the national 250th commemoration of the American War for Independence. This initiative will promote and market regional historic […]