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The Battle of Lake Champlain (Introduction) The American Revolution on Lake Champlain
General John Burgoyne's Proclamation
An American reply to General John Burgoyne's Proclamation
Contemporary remarks on the Battle of Bennington
Murray's Raid-The War of 1812 on Lake Champlain
The Battle of Plattsburg- The War of 1812 on Lake Champlain
A Signal Victory on Lake Champlain
Part II- South through Chazy, Beekman's Town and Isle la Motte- Click HERE.
Part III- Culver's Hill, Halsey's Corners, and Dead Creek Bridge- Click HERE.
Part IV- War in Plattsburgh, New York: September 6-11, 1814.- Click HERE.
Part V- A signal victory on Lake Champlain: September 11, 1814- Click HERE.
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