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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 23
to a beautiful fall day at Fort Ticonderoga overlooking Lake Champlain!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 17
Replying to @US_IMLS
These fascinating artifacts are currently being cataloged and photographed by the Collections department with a grant made possible in part by the !
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 17
We're celebrating International Archaeology Day with a new From the Ground Up video! Learn about a selection of the artifacts that were excavated between 1998 and 2006 in preparation for the building of the Mars Education Center!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 16
This year’s 10th Annual Material Matters: It’s in the Details conference goes virtual tomorrow at 10am, you still have time to register! This conference is focused on the material culture of the 18th & early 19th centuries featuring a line-up of speakers.
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 15
Tadeusz Kościuszko died in 1817 in Solothurn, Switzerland. Kosciuszko rose to fame in the American Revolution, where his background in engineering and architecture was put to use by the Continental Army, including an evaluation of Fort Ticonderoga’s defenses in 1777!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 15
Join Fort Ticonderoga on Wednesday, October 21 on Facebook at 1pm as a new Collections Speed Dating video features the War of 1812. Follow the relative of a signer of the Declaration of Independence in a pitched naval battle to ensure the sovereignty of the United States!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 14
As part of the Center for Digital History, bring history to life this fall as you stencil your favorite Fort Ticonderoga design onto your pumpkin! Download other fun and interactive activities including word puzzles and coloring pages!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 14
Virtual History Continues!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 13
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a grant of $88,227 to Fort Ticonderoga to host a two-week NEH Summer Institute for Teachers in July 2021. Fort Ticonderoga was one of eighteen institutions nationwide to receive this grant funding.
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 13
Virtual Material Matters this Saturday!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 9
Join Fort Ticonderoga on Facebook at 1pm on October 31 for a program that includes a special reading of our most famous ghost story. Hear about the history that inspired this eerie tale...
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 8
Edward W. Pell Graduate Fellow Casey Oehler's important work re-housing the archaeological buttons allows for greater accessibility to the collection! Photo credit Ron Schubin
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 8
It’s Autumn in the Adirondacks, which means it’s time for us to start pulling out the winter boots for cold weather archaeology!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 8
Work still going strong on our Carillon Battlefied survey, with awesome team members from !
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 8
and to a few amazing 2019 projects, including survey work with !
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 8
Join us for this year’s Material Matters conference online on Saturday, October 17th, from 10:00am to 12:30pm. Delve into the material culture of the 18th and early 19th centuries with three presentations examining pottery, holsters, and grenadier caps.
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 7
Replying to @dearmadfiacha @SHA_org
Are you referring to the map? Here is a detail of the battlefield area - Abercrombie was not defeated with artillery. The hill (Mount Defiance) was captured by Burgoyne in 1777 and certainly gave the upper hand!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 7
How big is your china set? Cataloging of the Pavilion collection moves on to some large and fragile pieces! READ MORE:
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 7
NEW Author Series this Sunday! This program is FREE to Fort Ticonderoga Members!
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Fort Ticonderoga Oct 6
Virtual History Continues with a new line-up of programs!
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