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In memory ofthe menof Ticonderogawho offered theirlives in defenseof their country Side of Monument: The gift ofClayton H. DeLanoA lover of his native town
Placed here July, 1899,byJoseph Cookin memory ofthe military heroesofTiconderoga. Names on Rock:Putnam 1758Ethan Allen 1776Lord Howe 1758Amherst 1759Burgoyne 1777Iroquois Chiefs 1609Samuel DeChamplain 1609Montcalm 1758A. Lee 1899
Tribute to the memory ofHon. Clayton Harris DeLano, LL.B.Christian GentlemanLeading IndustrialistHonored Citizen.Born, Ticonderoga, 1836 - Died, 1920Member of Assembly 1869-71.Active in all movements foradvancement of education andcivic betterment…
This tablet marks the landing for the grand carry on the Great War Trail between the Indian tribes of the north and south country. It also marks the beginning of that carry between the lakes to avoid the falls and rapids, which later became the Mi…
For hastening to set a crown of freedom on this new landwe lie possessed of praise that grows not old. And here were men coequal with their fatewho did great things unconscious they were great.Back of Monument:Champlain - Iroquois1609Montcalm -…
There is a joy in footingslow across a silent plain,where patriot battle has been fought,when glory was the gain.There is a joy in every spotmade known by times of old -new to the feet, through each talea hundred times be told. - Keats Donated …
Near this spot in 1755-1756Michel de Chartier de Lotbini?reengineer of Fort Carillon, bridged this stream and harnessed this waterpower for the first time. Sawmills, storehouses and barracks were located here, being within the Seignory of Alainvil…
Site ofthe originalCarillon BridgeC. 1755 Called ?The Long Bridge' for over a century, the bridge was officially named Carillon in 1933. The present bridge was reconstructed in 1990 by Reale Construction Co., Inc.
One of the earliest common burying grounds of historic Ticonderoga. Memorialized here are many first settlers, early doctors and supervisors, the town's first State Senator, veterans of the Revolutionary, 1812, and Civil Wars. Last burial of a Civ…
These barracks were constructed in the fashionable Georgian style of the day, uncommon in the northern interior of New York in the mid-18th century. The soldiers' barracks is composed of four dwelling units of four rooms. Each doorway opens into a…
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