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Fort Ticonderoga
Historic site, museum, cultural destination, and educational organization.
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 15
This week's detail comes from a redware jug! Learn more about the diet of soldiers at Fort Ticonderoga, and the objects they used for eating, in the exhibit ‘Pottery, Pork, & Pigeon: Fort Ticonderoga's 18th-century Menu'!
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 14
Any idea what this week's object might be? The answer will be revealed tomorrow!
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 12
Fort Ticonderoga will host for homeschool students and their parents on Sept 6, 2019. Special this year, discover the global struggle to control North America and France’s epic victory over the British at the French-held Fort Carillon, later named Ticonderoga.
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 9
TICONDEROGA AFTER HOURS! Photo: Chase Guttman
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 8
This week's detail comes from Stephen Pell's Purple Heart. The co-founder of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Stephen was awarded the purple heart for a leg wound received near Oulchy-le-Château, France on August 1, 1918 during his service in World War I.
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 7
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 7
An Adventure Made JUST for Scouts!
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 6
Fort Ticonderoga presents the dramatic Brown's Raid Battle Reenactment September 14-15, bringing to life the American raid on Ticonderoga in their attempt to recapture this strategic fortification.
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 1
Fort Ticonderoga’s Corn Maze Adventure begins next Saturday, August 10 along with activities for the entire family to enjoy! The 6-acre maze is back for the 2019 season with an all-new design, making it the perfect annual activity!
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Group Tour Media Jul 31
Set on 2,000 acres in rural northern New York, is a cultural destination with student offerings as plentiful as its historic footprint.
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Fort Ticonderoga Aug 1
10 Reasons to Visit Fort Ticonderoga this August!� Debbie Quick, photographer
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 31
Any idea what this week’s object might be? Answer revealed tomorrow!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 25
The answer to the is a cast iron French Citron Grenade! This was one of a number of patterns of grenades developed by the French army in World War 1. Learn more about Fort Ticonderoga's connection to WWI in our exhibit Great Wars!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 25
Join Fort Ticonderoga and the Shacksbury Cider team in the King's Garden for a fun summer social on August 16! Enjoy a sampler menu of BBQ pulled pork, classic sides, heirloom apple deserts, & of course Shacksbury Cider. Tickets can be purchased online!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 24
Today we added 'rocker' to the bottom of our bateau, this subtle, but deliberate curvature helps the boat turn and move faster than if it were perfectly flat. Be sure to visit our boat warehouse during your next visit! …/explore-a…/living-history/
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 24
Any idea what this week's object might be? The answer will be revealed tomorrow!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 24
Join Fort Ticonderoga for a NEW Event this Saturday!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 23
Fort Ticonderoga offers guests exclusive opportunities to experience the epic history & natural beauty during specialty evening programs including Guns by Night, The Gossip Tour, & Sunset Boat Cruises. For your convenience, tickets can be purchased online!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 23
Fort Ticonderoga is so excited to host you!
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Fort Ticonderoga Jul 22
It's 1758 here at Ticonderoga and the fort is under French control. During the hands-on Beyond Bullets & Blades program, learn how the French army procured and manufactured thousands of weapons for its army across the world.
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