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Benedict Arnold

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TICONDEROGA | July 4, 1776, was a great day for America. July 4, 1777 — not so much. Read more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | ’Tis the season for peace, joy and celebration, but 242 years ago at Fort Ticonderoga it twas not. Read more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | George Santayana might have been correct when he warned that those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it, but the Spanish philosopher was also being a bit of a sourpuss. Read more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | Benedict Arnold, among others, saw the problem. Read more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | In the days before selfies, American colonists would remember their loved ones by snipping a lock of their hair and embedding the keepsake into a book or weaving it into a work of art. Read more

The Sun

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CROWN POINT | Two weeks into Lisa Polay’s new job as manager of the Crown Point State Historic Site, the remains of a stone wall of a French fort that had stood for close to three centuries crumbled to bits. Read more

The Sun

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IRONVILLE – A walking tour of the Crown Point Iron Company ruins will be hosted by the Adirondack History Museum. Read more

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VERGENNES — Shipbuilders Adam and Noah Brown of New York City began their illustrious career in 1804 at a shipyard located in a marshy area where today’s Cherry and Clinton streets meet right along Manhattan’s East River shore. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Never has a name evoked such a reputation for villainy and high treason as that of Benedict Arnold. Read more

NCL Magazine