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Check out Fort Ticonderoga's recreated soldiers' huts, built by Pennsylvania soldiers beginning in September 1776. Follow us on a hike of the hut sites and see ''Liberty Hill'' where a riot erupted between Pennsylvania and Massachusetts soldiers on December 25, 1776.
After almost five years of struggle, Fort Carillon finally fell to the British in July of 1759. Now a critical point on the route to Canada, British forces began to rebuild and repair the French barracks and fortifications, setting the stage for the longest any army occupied the recently christened Fort Ticonderoga. Join us to learn about the challenges faced by the British garrison of Ticonderoga during its first British winter.
The LaChute River froze the Continental Army's sawmill in place in the late fall of 1776. See how soldiers continued to make boards manually ''pit-sawing'' or ''whip-sawing''.