Fort Ticonderoga Captured by Ethan Allen
Title:
Fort Ticonderoga Captured by Ethan Allen
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-14


West Barracks
Title:
West Barracks
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border unused



Ethan Allen Gate
Title:
Ethan Allen Gate
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
It was here that Ethan Allen entered the Fort on May 10th, 1775 and captured it. This was the beginning of the War of the Revolution in the State of New York


The Museum
Title:
The Museum
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
The Museum -- Fort Ticonderoga, N.Y. Second Floor of the West Barracks showing Interior of Museum



Monument to the Marquis de Montcalm
Title:
Monument to the Marquis de Montcalm
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Tablet near the French Lines at Fort Ticonderoga to the Marquis de Montcalm. "1712/1759. Near this spot stood Louis-Joseph de Gozon Marquis de Montcalm on the 8th of July, 1758. with a small force of French Troops and Canadian Volunteers he prevented the capture of Fort Carillon (Ticonderoga) by defeating a much superior British and Colonial Army under General James Abercrombie. This monument erected in1927 to honor a brave and gallant gentlemen."


Fort Ticonderoga
Title:
Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen

Description:
Model of Fort Ticonderoga before the Magazine and Tower were blown up in October, 1777 Curt Teich & Co



South Platform
Title:
South Platform
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
South Barracks, Southeast and Southwest Bastions, and Flag Bastion, with Adirondack Mountains in the background Curt Teich & Co


Entrance to Court Yard
Title:
Entrance to Court Yard
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Divided Back



The West Barracks
Title:
The West Barracks
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Gate House
Title:
Gate House
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co



The Mess Room
Title:
The Mess Room
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Divided Back unused


The South Wall
Title:
The South Wall
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1921 Oct-25



The Development Of The American Flag, Fort Ticonderoga Museum
Title:
The Development Of The American Flag, Fort Ticonderoga Museum
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
The development of the American flag followed a regular pattern. The 13 stripes were evolved to represent the 13 Colonies. There was no idea of separation from Great Britain, so the British Jack was put in the corner. When the Committee was appointed to select an American flag, they naturally took the 13 stripes, and Rhode Island already had put the 13 stars in the jack of their flag. It was planned to add both stars and stripes as States were admitted, but this was found impractical, and after the War of 1812, we went back to the original 13 stripes but added a star for each state. Fort Ticonderoga Museum. Fort Ticonderoga, N. Y.


Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Title:
Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
NORTH CURTAIN WALL AND BASTION NORTH DEMI LUNE



Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Title:
Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
INTERIOR OF MUSEUM SHOWING QUARTERS OF OFFICER OF THE DAY


Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Title:
Fort Ticonderoga, New York
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
SOUTH WALL AND BARRACKS



The Place D Armes
Title:
The Place D Armes
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Through the Arch is a glimpse of Lake Champlain


Aerial View Of Fort Ticonderoga Museum
Title:
Aerial View Of Fort Ticonderoga Museum
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused



Flag Bastion
Title:
Flag Bastion
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border PM 1929


Entrance Lodge
Title:
Entrance Lodge
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen PM 1951

Description:
It is one mile from the Lodge to the Fort. Half way are the French Lines, built by the Marquis de Montcalm, July 6th and 7th, 1758.



Gate House
Title:
Gate House
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
The French Lines are one quarter mile and the Fort one mile from the Entrance


Aeroplane View Of Fort Ticonderoga
Title:
Aeroplane View Of Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
View plainly shows the Vauban plan - star - shaped outer works with a bastion fort inside



Ethan Allen Stairway, West Barracks
Title:
Ethan Allen Stairway, West Barracks
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Cap. De la Place occupied the room on the second floor to the left where the soldier is standing. When Ethan Allen demanded the surrender "in the name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress". May 10, 1775.


South Wall And Flag Bastion
Title:
South Wall And Flag Bastion
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen PM 1940

Description:
The South Wall with Battery of 18th Century bronze French six-pounders. Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains in the background



Ethan Allen Gate
Title:
Ethan Allen Gate
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
On May 10th, 1775 Ethan Allen entered the Fort by this gate and demanded the surrender in the ""Name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress


Airplane View of Fort Ticonderoga
Title:
Airplane View of Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Airplane view from the South showing the Fort, Lake Champlain, Vermont and the Green Mountains in the distance



Main Museum in South Barracks
Title:
Main Museum in South Barracks
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen PM 1946

Description:
Built by the French in 1755


The Kings Garden
Title:
The Kings Garden
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Le Jardin du Roi 1755



Hull Of Benedict Arnold's Warship
Title:
Hull Of Benedict Arnold's Warship
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
The "Revenge", one of Benedict Arnold's fleet, defeated at Valcour Island by the British under Capt, Pringle October 12th and 13th, 1776. But three of Arnold's fleet escaped, the "Revenge", "Enterprise" and "Trumbull". These were burned and sunk at Ticonderoga in 1777. The hull of the "Revenge" was raised in 1909 and is an interesting relic of America's first sea fight.


After The Battle July 8 1758
Title:
After The Battle July 8 1758
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Linen PM 1956

Description:
General Montcalm Congratulating his Victorious Troops July 8, 1758. The Marquis de Montcalm, with the Chevalier de Levis and the Chevalier de Bougainville, congratulating his victorious troops. Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains in the background.





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