Fort Ticonderoga Awards Grant to North Country History Student to Attend National History Day Camp

Fort Ticonderoga has awarded a grant to a North Country history student to attend the National History Academy during the summer of 2019. Cole Siebels, a freshman at Gouverneur High School in Gouverneur, N.Y. was awarded the scholarship after placing as a top performer at the recent National History Day North Country competition held at […]

The Fort Ticonderoga Association Presents the Ticonderoga Award for a Continental Vision to Lee and Bob Woodruff and the Bob Woodruff Foundation

The Fort Ticonderoga Association recently awarded Lee and Bob Woodruff and the Bob Woodruff Foundation the 2019 Ticonderoga Award for a Continental Vision for their significant work helping wounded service members, veterans and their families thrive long after they return home. “Fort Ticonderoga is thrilled to honor hometown heroes Lee and Bob Woodruff and the […]

The Fort Ticonderoga Association Board of Trustees Welcomes New Members to its Leadership Team

The Fort Ticonderoga Association board of trustees recently elected John Werner, of Brookline, MA & Jacobi Point in Bolton Landing, NY to serve as a trustee. John is the founder of Ideas in Action, Inc., the Managing Director at Link Ventures and Chief Network Officer, and Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at Cogo Labs […]

Living History Event Highlights Ticonderoga on the Eve of the Revolution

Join Fort Ticonderoga for a living history event Saturday, February 16, 2019 to discover British garrison life in February 1775, three months before Ticonderoga was pulled into the American War of Independence. Living history programs feature the weapons, trades, and home life of soldiers and families during peacetime at Ticonderoga. A one-time only exhibit will […]

Preparing for the Coming Campaign 

Living History Event on January 19, 2019 Experience Fort Ticonderoga in the beauty of winter during its Winter Quarters next living history event Preparing for the Coming Campaign on Saturday, January 19, 2019.  The event will bring to life the story of American soldiers at Ticonderoga in the year 1777 as they prepare for a […]

3 Steps to a Better French Army Portrayal for the French & Indian War

By Vice President of Operations, Stuart Lilie In 2019, Fort Ticonderoga will be portraying the year 1758, with daily on-going programs, weapons demonstrations, and guided tours. The year will also feature epic living history events bringing to life French soldiers serving right here at Fort Carillon (later named Ticonderoga). Sailing across the Atlantic Ocean, these French […]

Fort Ticonderoga 2019 Fort Fever Series: First Program Presented January 13th

Fort Ticonderoga’s popular wintertime Fort Fever Series returns in 2019 and features programs led by Fort Ticonderoga museum staff who will share their latest research and cutting-edge discoveries. The first program is presented on January 13, 2019 with “Half-Spanish, Part-Hungarian, & All-American: Cavalry Treatises, Saddles & Objects in Fort Ticonderoga’s Collection.” Join Vice President of […]

The Christmas Riot of 1776: Overlooked Moment of American Disunity

Fort Ticonderoga Reenacts the Conflict during December 15 Living History Event “RIOT! Yankees vs. Buckskins” New Research Sheds Light on Surprising Divisions within the Revolutionary Army Join Fort Ticonderoga on December 15, 2018, for the signature living history event “RIOT! Yankees vs. Buckskins.” Throughout the day, visitors will participate in engaging presentations, weapons demonstrations, historic […]