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Fort Ticonderoga from the air, the old barracks area is undergoing archeological excavation prior to new construction.Click here to see an old aerial photograph of Fort Ticonderoga under construction.

Compare this photo to the old aerial photograph of the fort under construction provided by guest contributor Judy Swink.  (click on the thumbnail to see a full-size image)

FORT TICONDEROGA
Images

By James P. Millard

NEW!  Images of Fort Ticonderoga by Jim Millard
A virtual tour of the fort in grayscale- specifically for publishers. Much more to come!

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Fort Ticonderoga. 
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Ticonderoga entrance


Parade Ground


Barracks


Armaments


Demi-lune


View south


View towards Mt. Independence


View towards Mt. Defiance


View from  Mt. Defiance


View towards Mt. Defiance


French lines

Approach to the French Lines, the Montcalm Cross
Approaching the Montcalm cross


Montcalm Cross and Memorial


American Hut Sites 


Cemetery monument


Montcalm Plaque


Another view of the French lines

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Entrance Plaque

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Battlefield Memorial


French Montcalm Plaque

 


Carillon Plaque


Early recreation of  barracks showing fireplace, some of this may be original


Recreated barracks area between ovens and Powder magazine


The ovens, some of which are original


Ethan Allen Plaque


Brown-Powell Plaque


Abercromby Plaque


Howe Memorial


British and American Units- French and Indian War


Glorieuse Victoirie De Carillon

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