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Author Calls Capture of Fort Ticonderoga a "Vermont Victory"
Friday, 11/12/10
By Jane Lindholm
Author Richard Smith says that the historic capture of Fort Ticonderoga in 1775 was not only an important moral victory for America, it was an important victory for Vermont in the Revolutionary War.
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Interview: Fort Ticonderoga Director Beth Hill
Wednesday, 05/19/10
By Mitch Wertlieb
A window into the origins of the Lake Champlain region and the birth of America re-opens its doors to the public Thursday a new executive director at the helm.
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Ticonderoga celebrates 100 years of restored fort
Friday, 07/24/09
By Melody Bodette
This weekend, Fort Ticonderoga will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the re-opening of the restored fort. Re-construction of the 18th century fort began in 1909 as the region marked the 300th anniversary of the explorations the French explorer Samuel de Champlain.
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Stories from the Lake: The Revolution
Monday, 06/15/09
By Mitch Wertlieb
Our series "Stories from the Lake" continues. Lake Champlain has been called one of America's most historic lakes. We look at the key role it played in the birth of a new nation. 
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Stories from the Lake: The Revolution
Monday, 06/15/09
By Mitch Wertlieb
Our series "Stories from the Lake" continues. Lake Champlain has been called one of America's most historic lakes. We look at the key role it played in the birth of a new nation. 
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Stories from the Lake: Conflict
Monday, 06/08/09
By Mitch Wertlieb
Our series "Stories from the Lake" continues. As that the French and British begin to establish a presence near Lake Champlain, and form alliances with Native Americans, we examine the period of conflict that follows.
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