Fort Ticonderoga is set to honor veterans during a one-day living history event on Saturday, November 14th. Guided tours, on-going historic trades programs, and weapons demonstrations will tell the story of the American Army at Ticonderoga after successfully halting the British on October 28, 1776. [Read more…] about Fort Ti Living History Event Saturday Honors Veterans
The Clinton County Historical Association is partnering with Fort Ticonderoga to offer a virtual “National History Day: Workshop for Teachers,” on Thursday, November 12th. [Read more…] about National History Day Virtual Workshop for Teachers
The Warren County Historical Society has partnered with Fort Ticonderoga to offer “National History Day: Online Workshop for Teachers” on Thursday, October 8th from 4 to 6 pm. [Read more…] about National History Day: An Online Workshop for Teachers
Fort Ticonderoga is set to present their annual Heritage, Harvest, & Horse Festival on October 3rd, 2020. The day will be set in the midst of the King’s Garden heirloom apple trees and the landscape of the mountains and Lake Champlain. [Read more…] about Heritage, Harvest, & Horse Festival at Fort Ti Oct 3rd
Fort Ticonderoga is continuing its 2020 Digital Campaign, a virtual experience featuring interactive programming, engaging lectures series, and creative at-home educational activities and resources, into the fall.
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Fort Ticonderoga is set to host a Two-Day Homeschool Event for homeschool students and their parents on Thursday, September 10th and Friday, September 11th, 2020 from 9:30 am to 5 pm. [Read more…] about Fort Ticonderoga Presents 2-Day Homeschool Event
What could be more symbolic of British imperial domination, immorality, and unfettered disrespect for human life than the murder of Jane McCrea at the hands of British-allied Indians near Fort Edward, NY, on July 26, 1777?
Word spread fast, and McCrea’s slaying excited legion numbers of patriotic American militia to seek righteous revenge against the sinister “savages” and General John Burgoyne. Burgoyne could later reflect upon this sad event as the beginning of the end of his sinister, failed military expedition.
At least, this is what authors, enthusiasts, and yes — even historians — have led us to believe for centuries. [Read more…] about The Death of Jane McCrea: Fact and Fiction
Fort Ticonderoga has invited the public to a Sound of 1776 Living History Event, set for Saturday, August 1st.
The event will feature living history vignettes, musical performances, a reading of the Declaration of Independence, and other sights and sounds of the American Army at Ticonderoga. [Read more…] about Fort Ticonderoga Presenting A Lively Living History Event
Fort Ticonderoga is set to continue its 2020 Digital Campaign – a virtual experience featuring interactive programming, engaging lectures series, and at-home educational activities and resources. [Read more…] about Upcoming Virtual Events From Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga is set to celebrate Independence Day with special events and programming during the weekend of July 4-5, 2020. Visitors can experience aspects of the American Revolution on the very ground on which the fight for liberty occurred, with museum staff and costumed interpreters recreating and exploring the events of the year 1777. [Read more…] about July 4th Weekend Opportunities At Fort Ticonderoga