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Table of Contents Part II
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A complete listing of all the internal links within America's Historic Lakes
Last modified: 11/10/2012

Ticonderoga: 1757-1783   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

The Falls of Carillon- LaChute River, Ticonderoga New York

Forts Carillon and Ticonderoga

The American Revolution on Lake Champlain   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

Mt. Independence at Orwell Vermont

The Battle of Lake Champlain (Introduction) The American Revolution on Lake Champlain

General John Burgoyne's Proclamation
The infamous Proclamation issued at the Camp at Bouquet Ferry June 20th, 1777 (from Hadden's Journal)

An American reply to General John Burgoyne's Proclamation
A mocking, sardonic reply delivered to Burgoyne in reply to his lofty proclamation issued at the Bouquet. (from Digby's Journal)

The Battle of Hubbardton

Contemporary remarks on the Battle of Bennington
August 16, 1777- Primary source material from Hadden's Journal

Ethan Allen Monument

The War of 1812 on Lake Champlain   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

Burlington Vermont during the War of 1812

Murray's Raid-The War of 1812 on Lake Champlain

Macdonough shipyard, Vergennes, VT

The Battle of Plattsburg- The War of 1812 on Lake Champlain

A Signal Victory on Lake Champlain
Part I-
Invasion- Click HERE
September 1, 1814. The British cross the border into the United States.

Part II- South through Chazy, Beekman's Town and Isle la Motte- Click HERE.
September 1-4, 1814. The invasion army moves south from Champlain through Chazy and Beekman's Town.

Part III- Culver's Hill, Halsey's Corners, and Dead Creek Bridge- Click HERE.
September 5-6, 1814. Engagements at Culver's Hill, Halsey's Corners, and Dead Creek Bridge.

Part IV- War in Plattsburgh, New York: September 6-11, 1814.- Click HERE.
September 6-11, 1814. The battles on land within Plattsburgh. 

Part V- A signal victory on Lake Champlain: September 11, 1814- Click HERE.
September 10-11, 1814. Action on Cumberland Bay.

Lighthouses of Lake Champlain   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

  A continuing series- be sure to check back often!

Historic Cities, Villages, and Towns   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

Historic Figures   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

Odzihozo the Transformer

Samuel de Champlain

The Journal of Samuel de Champlain

Abenaki Indian chief Grey Lock

Isaac Jogues- French Missionary to the Mohawk







 

Other Related History of the Lakes   [Back to top]
By James P. Millard

The Story of Fort Ste. Anne at Isle la Motte, Vermont

French forts along the Richelieu River

Burlington, Vermont's Elmwood Cemetery

Fort Chambly on the Richelieu River

Fort Lennox Isle aux Noix Quebec

Plattsburgh Barracks, Plattsburgh, New York

Living History in the Lake Champlain and Lake George Region

Historic Flags of the Lake Champlain and Lake George Area

Quaker Cemetery- Grand Isle Vermont

The White House and Steele's Garden at Point au Fer on Lake Champlain

Other sites promoting the historic Lake Champlain and Lake George region
There are many wonderful organizations promoting the well-being of this region.

Locations on the historic lakes   [Back to top]

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