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2007 Calendar of History Events
In the Lake Champlain, Lake George, and Richelieu River regions
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September 2007

September 1-October 13, 2007 Canceled for the 2007 season
“Through The Lens” Juried Photo Show. The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum presents its 12th annual juried photography exhibit at the Museum at Basin Harbor. A range of images inspired by Lake Champlain, the vessels that ply its waters, or the mysteries beneath the waves are on display. These photographs are taken by both professionals and amateurs and may include black-and-white and/or color photographs, digital images, and photo collages. Visitors to the exhibition can cast their votes for the "People’s Choice" award, to be announced in late October. More information.

September 2, 2007  1 pm to 3 pm
Summer Sundays at the Bluff Point Lighthouse on historic Valcour Island
The lighthouse is open for tours, hosted by Clinton County Historical Association volunteers.

September 2, 2007
Fort Chambly National Historic Site of Canada presents Surviving the Atlantic with Ubert Sanspré.
The ups and downs of sailing to New France in the 18th century. More information.

September 6, 2007 5:00 pm
Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration Service at Plattsburgh, New York's Riverside Cemetery.

September 6, 2007 7:00 pm
Shoreham Sloop: Discoveries from the South Lake's Murky Waters. In conjunction with Vermont Archaeology Month, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum's Nautical Archaeologist Adam Kane will present recent findings from the excavations of the Shoreham Sloop.  Investigations of this 1820's canal sloop between 2004 and 2007 have yielded fascinating new details about Lake Champlain's commercial heyday. Contact the Museum for more information.

September 7, 2007 12:00 noon
Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration Weekend
Culver Hill Memorial Cemetery (Battle of Plattsburgh).  Town of Beekmantown, New York

September 7-9, 2007
Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration Weekend. Battle re-enactments, parades, ceremonies, games, food, music, vendors, authors & book signings, contests, lectures and more! An excitement filled weekend you won't want to miss!
Historic
Plattsburgh, New York. More information.

Saturday, September 8, 2007 10:00 am The cover of Jim Millard's "Fort Montgomery Through the Years"... Click here for more information.  The cover of Jim Millard's "Secrets of Crab Island"... Click here for more information.
The cover of Jim Millard's newest book- LAKE PASSAGES... Click here for more information.
Meet the author and have your book signed!
America's Historic Lakes' Jim Millard will be at the Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration Weekend festivities to sign or personalize copies of his three books. Jim will have all three of his books for sale, including his latest, "Lake Passages: A Journey Through the Centuries".

Look for Jim at the top of City Hall steps, across from the Macdonough Monument. Be sure to stop by and say hello!

September 8, 2007 1:00 pm
The Alice T. Miner Museum presents Robert W. Arnold III- "1812: New York’s War, New York’s Impetus". The War of 1812 was very much New York’s War... Much of it was fought on our soil or on our waters. This war exposed serious inadequacies in the state’s infrastructure and the nation’s military capacity. Robert W. Arnold III’s presentation, with slides and period quotes, examines the impact of the war and its aftermath on the people of New York and on the improvements to roads and canals made in response to the war. Robert W. Arnold III is a career public historian. He was Chief of Government Records Services at the NY State Archives, Albany County Historian, and is a longtime Commissioner of Historic Resources for the City of Albany. Arnold has taught colonial American, 19th century US, New York State and regional history for 25 years at the College of Saint Rose and other Capital Region colleges. This presentation, which is free and open to the public, is funded in part by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.
Alice T. Miner Museum. Route 9, Chazy, New York. (518) 846-7336

September 8-9, 2007
Revolutionary War Encampment at Fort Ticonderoga. Battle at 2:00pm each day—Re-enactors portraying British, German, Continental, and Native forces depict the war for (and against) American independence.

September 14-15, 2007
The big civilian event at Crown Point State Historic Site: Festival of Nations! Canada, France, Great Britain, Native American Indian tribes, United States, with elements of national heritage, including music, crafts, food, dance, games, family activities, clothing, folk life, customs. This public festival is co-hosted by the historic landmarks on both sides of the Lake Champlain Bridge: Crown Point (NY) State Historic Site and Chimney Point (VT) State Historic Site; The event hours are 9:30–2:30 [for schools] and 4:30–6:30 on Fri. and 9:30–4:30 on Sat. Bring a lawn chair. More information.

September 14-16, 2007 10:00 am-4:00 pm, tactical 2:00 pm each day
250th Anniversary Reenactment of the 1757 Siege of Fort William Henry. Lake George, NY. The signature event of the New York State 250th Anniversary Commission is expected to be attended by a thousand participants portraying French, English and Indians creating an 18th century encampment at the head of the lake. Visitors will see French, British and Native soldiers carrying out siege attack and defense activities. There will be 18th century military camps and craft demonstrations as well as recreated artillery bombardments. Important aspects of the siege of Fort William Henry will be recreated and here will be daily demonstrations of 18th century infantry and artillery combat. Re-enactors camps will be set up in historic Lake George Battlefield Park. Contact Fort William Henry at 518-964-6647 for more information.

Saturday, September 15, 2007 10:00 am to 2:00 pm  
SORRY, APPEARANCE CANCELLED
Meet the author and have your book signed!
America's Historic Lakes' Jim Millard will be at Fort William Henry to sign or personalize copies of his books. Jim will have all three of his books for sale, including his latest, "Lake Passages: A Journey Through the Centuries". Be sure to stop by and say hello while attending the 250th Anniversary Reenactment of the 1757 Siege of Fort William Henry at historic Lake George, NY.

September 14-15-16, 2007
Chimney Point State Historic Site hosts Atlatl Workshop and Northeastern Atlatl Competition.

September 15, 2007 10:00 am- 4:00 pm

Harvest Festival at Fort Ticonderoga. Celebrate autumn with activities in and around the King's Garden and vegetable gardens. Included in the cost of admission.

September 15, 2007 2:00- 5:00 pm
A Teddy Roosevelt Celebration on Isle La Motte's Goodsell Ridge Preserve. The Isle La Motte Preservation Trust (ILMPT) will host a festive community celebration at the Goodsell Ridge Preserve on Isle La Motte, Vermont, September 15, between 2:00 and 5:00. The day will honor Teddy Roosevelt, our conservation president, who visited Isle La Motte on September 6, 1901. A hospitality tent will feature music and refreshments, the Nature Center & Museum will be open, there will be tours of some of the fossil sites and hikes along the new trails will be encouraged. The public is invited to this free event. Teddy Roosevelt Day on Isle La Motte commemorates the visit of Theodore Roosevelt to Isle La Motte on September 6, 1901 when he attended a banquet of the Vermont Fish and Game League at the home of Lieutenant Governor Nelson W. Fisk on the west shore of Isle La Motte. The event was attended by 1,000 dignitaries and ordinary citizens throughout Vermont who arrived at the Fisk Quarry dock from Burlington on the steamer Chateaugay and by other boats from Swanton and St. Albans. The mission of the Isle La Motte Preservation Trust is to preserve the fossil Chazy Reef, to support efforts to conserve local natural resources including wildlife habitat, wetlands, agricultural land, and significant historic sites and to foster public awareness and understanding of local and global environmental issues. For more information regarding the Isle La Motte Teddy Roosevelt Celebration on September 15, call 802-928-3364. The Goodsell Ridge Preserve is located on Quarry Road. Go 4 miles south of the Isle La Motte Causeway on isle La Motte’s main road, then turn left onto Quarry Road. Parking will be available in the Jensen’s field.

Sunday, September 16, 2007 2:00 pm
University of Vermont historian Amani Whitfield will share his research at Rokeby Museum on Burlington’s African American community from 1880 to 1900. Using data from the federal Census, Whitfield has studied household composition and occupation in this "urban" cluster of black Vermonters. Admission is by donation. Rokeby Museum is a National Historic Landmark, designated for its exceptional Underground Railroad History. The Museum is located on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh, Vermont. For more information, contact the staff at rokeby@comcast.net  or 877-3406.

September 18, 2007 3 pm
Tête a Tête Avec Les Ainés a le Bibliothéque Brownell a Essex Junction. Come Join the Conversation of French Canadian Vermonters at Brownell Library in Essex Junction, Vermont. In the Kolvoord Community Room at the Brownell Library on Tuesday 18 September at 3pm, French Canadian Vermonters will gather to chat for a Tête A Tête (mostly in English) with each other and with the library patrons about what they remember of French culture here in Vermont. Included will be family connections with Quebec, dances, food, holidays, music, education, religion, stories of acceptance, or issues of bigotry (if any), just what ever comes up. Monica Racine, Maurice LaRose, Rita Martel and Robert Piche hope that many folks young, old and in between come to talk with them. "So many people here in Vermont have a French Canadian branch on their family tree, it should be fun to hear how the culture influenced our grandparents, parents and our own lives. You can add to the tête à tête. Just show up," says Penny DeLaire Pillsbury. Penny will bake her grandmother's sour cream raisin pie for the occasion. This program is part of the month-long celebration of Elizabeth Winthrop's book Counting on Grace, about a French-Canadian girl in Vermont who has to quit school to work in a Vermont mill. Copies of the book are available for loan at the Library's Circulation Desks, The Chittenden Bank Susie Wilson Branch and the Northfield Savings Bank. Free and Open to the Public. Sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council.

September 22-23, 2007

Fourth Annual Fort Ticonderoga Seminar on the American Revolution. Space limited for this two-day seminar; advanced reservations required; call 518-585-2821 for further information.

September 22, 2007
"Footrace at Fort Ticonderoga." A 5K race held entirely on Fort grounds, finishing on the Parade Ground. Benefits the Duane Crammond Memorial Scholarship Fund; hosted by the LaChute Roadrunners.

September 24, 2007 4:30pm - 6pm
Welcome Home, Lois McClure & Crew! The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum invites you to a Welcome Home Party as LCMM's schooner Lois McClure and her crew come home from their Grand Canal Journey! Join the museum in welcoming them home at the Museum's North Harbor, Vergennes, Vermont. Step on board the Lois McClure, chat with the crew, and see breathtaking images of their historic voyage down the Erie Canal! Free of charge. Call (802) 475-2022 for more information.

September 27, 2007, 7:30 p.m.
In conjunction with Vermont Archaeology Month, UVM's Center for Research on Vermont presents Fort St. Anne: Archaeology and Memory of Vermont's First European Occupation Site with Jessica R. Desany, Consulting Archaeology Program, University of Vermont. Program will be held at Memorial Lounge, Waterman Building, University of Vermont. Though largely forgotten today, Fort St. Anne, on Isle La Motte, dates to the earliest European occupation of Vermont and represents one of the most significant historic sites in the state. Fort St. Anne, constructed by French soldiers in 1666, is located at the northern end of Lake Champlain in what was once the colonial frontier between the Abenaki, Mohawk, Huron, French, Dutch and English. The fort served as part of the larger defense strategy designed to protect French, Huron, and Abenaki traders against Iroquois attacks along the Richelieu River-Lake Champlain travel route. The ruins remained visible on the landscape until the late nineteenth century though the fort was only operational for a few years. The history and archaeology of the fort offer valuable information about the religious, political, economic, and military beginnings of New France. The history of the site also reveals important information on the forming of Vermont's national identity. It was not until the late nineteenth century that the site became regionally recognized and was transformed into St. Anne's Shrine, a site of Catholic pilgrimage. This talk will present the speaker's preliminary research into the history and archaeology of the site and address the larger context in which the site exists and what it can tell us about the history of the region. Jessica R. Desany is an archaeologist working at the University of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program. She recently completed her master's thesis in historical archaeology from the College of William and Mary.

October 2007

October 1, 2007
The Clinton County Historical Association presents a program with Jan Couture: The Great Floods of Saranac July 12, 1947. Sixty years ago on a sunny July day, Moffitsville, Picketts Corners and Saranac Hollow were hit with a storm that has never been equaled. After the one-hour deluge roads, bridges and crops were destroyed; three people were dead. Today you can still see the marks of that great storm and July 12, 1947 is a day that locals recall in great detail. 7 pm program, refreshment following. Free and open to the public, funded in part by Clinton County. Clinton County Historical Museum, Four Chimneys Building,  98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh, NY

October 6, 2007 SORRY, TOURS FILLED
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Guided tours of the ruins of Fort Montgomery, Rouses Point, New York. Sponsored by the Rouses Point-Champlain Historical Society. A rare opportunity to explore the ruins of this historic Civil War era fort. the property is privately owned and access is prohibited to the public. Tours will be led by Jim Millard, publisher of America's Historic Lakes and author of Fort Montgomery: Through the Years , The Secrets of Crab Island and "Lake Passages: A Journey through the Centuries."  Roger Harwood, President of the Clinton County Historical Association will assist. There will be two tours: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The fee for this tour is $30 for Rouses Point-Champlain Historical Society members and $35 for non-members. These tours are sure to fill up fast so act soon! This is an extremely rare opportunity. Details HERE.

October 6, 2007 9:00 am- 6:00 pm
The Northern New York American-Canadian Genealogical Society will be holding its 24th Annual Fall Conference at the Keeseville Civic Center (Old High School) in Keeseville, NY. The morning speaker will be Julie Dowd, Webmaster for NNYACGS. Learn the secrets of Family Tree Maker, basic photo editing and other interesting items such as how to add French accents to family names. The afternoon speaker will be David Graham, a local authority on French Canadian heritage. David will give perspective on the value of our French-Canadian cultural heritage in Clinton County, New York at the beginning of the 21st Century. Come to see our special bequest. Betty Bollinger Bateman left us her genealogical book collection. Her collection includes many Palatine ancestor books as well as genealogies from the Buffalo Valley and surrounding area in Pennsylvania, the Mohawk Valley in New York and much information on Jefferson County, New York where she also had ancestors. The Society also bought many new books for this year. You can see them at http://www.nnyacgs.com/newmaterial.html . Refresh your screen if it doesn't load properly the first time. As usual, you are invited to bring a bag lunch, we will provide the soda and chips to have with your lunch. Admission is $10 and $15 per couple. More information at www.nnyacgs.com .

Sunday, October 7, 2007 2:00  pm
Elise Guyette will present "Out of the Shadows: An African American Farming Community in Hinesburg, Vermont 1790-1870" at the Rokeby Museum. After more than a decade of digging in town records Guyette has drawn a group portrait of generations of the Clark, Langley, Williams, and Peters families. Come and hear how they created a small community on a hill in Hinesburg – tending farms, raising families, and even suing their neighbors! Admission is by donation. Rokeby Museum is a National Historic Landmark, designated for its exceptional Underground Railroad History. The Museum is located on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh, Vermont. For more information, contact the staff at rokeby@comcast.net  or 877-3406.


October 8, 2007 4:00 pm
The King's Garden at Fort Ticonderoga closes for 2007 season.

October 13, 2007
James Wakefield Rescue Row. Hosted each year by Lake Champlain Maritime Museum at Burlington Bay, this regional youth rowing competition commemorates the daring rescue of the captain, crew, and passengers by ship chandler James Wakefield and his son when sailing canal boat General Butler sank during a winter storm in 1876. Youth rowing teams from Vermont and New England compete in student-built 24- and 32-foot wooden Pilot Gigs.

October 14, 2007 5:00 pm
The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum at Basin Harbor, Vermont closes for the season.

Thursday, October 18 6:30 p.m.
Lake Champlain's Fort "Blunder" and Fort Montgomery— A Closer Look
A Multimedia Presentation by Jim Millard, sponsored by the Georgia Vermont Public Library
South Hero, Vermont resident Jim Millard is the publisher of the popular America's Historic Lakes website-
http://www.historiclakes.org . He is also the author of The Secrets of Crab Island, Fort Montgomery: Through the Years- A Pictorial History of the Great Stone Fort on Lake Champlain and the recently published Lake Passages: A Journey Through the Centuries. He is currently writing a second, comprehensive volume detailing the history of all of the fortifications in the Rouses Point, New York, Alburgh, Vermont area— Fort "Blunder", Fort Montgomery, and the never constructed fortifications planned for Stony and Windmill Points. The ruins of old Fort Montgomery have fascinated local residents and travelers crossing the Rouses Point, New York/Alburgh, Vermont bridge for generations. Long a feature of North Country legend, it has for an equally long time been difficult to sort the truth from the myth about the ruins known to locals as "Fort Blunder". Jim will discuss many of the misconceptions about this mysterious structure and will share dozens of vintage photographs, plans and maps. Since he has been given unprecedented access to the deteriorating ruins for his research Jim will provide a fascinating visual tour of the fort as it stands today. He will have copies of all of his books available for signing and sale.
The event is free and open to all.
Georgia Public Library, 1697 Ethan Allen Highway (Route 7), Fairfax, Vermont 05454. (802) 524-4643

October 20 & 27, 2007
Haunted Haunts Tours of Plattsburgh, New York. Who is the ghostly British soldier, searching by lantern for his missing gold? Where was the old “Hangin’ Hill,” and why is it not always such a peaceful place? Come find the answers to these and other blood-curdling questions when you experience first hand the murders, crimes, and unexplained events from beyond the grave, haunting us in the City of Plattsburgh to this day. The Battle of Plattsburgh Association’s Third Annual Haunted Haunts Tours will take you on a hair-raising journey to the darker side of Plattsburgh’s past, unveiling its little-known history and exploring its hidden mysteries. With over 25 different sites on the tour there is sure to be a bone-chilling story for everyone. Three docent-led bus tours, each 1 ½ hours in length, will be offered on two Saturdays, October 20 & 27, with tours at 4, 6, & 8 pm. All tours will depart from the Battle of Plattsburgh Interpretive Center (31 Washington Rd). The ticket price for this spine tingling event is $10/person. Reservations are encouraged due to limited seating. For more information or to make reservations, please call the Battle of Plattsburgh Association at 518-566-1814.

October 20, 2007 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
The Rouses Point-Champlain Historical Society will hold an OPEN HOUSE at the historic Delaware & Hudson Railway train station. Pratt Street, Rouses Point, NY. For more information call 518-297-2064.

October 21, 2007 5:00 pm
Fort Ticonderoga closes for the 2007 season.

October 26, 2007
The Valcour Bay Research Project “Rediscovering a Moment in Time” exhibit will be on display at Saratoga National Historical Park during the winter of 2007 and spring of 2008.  The official opening of the exhibit takes place at the park’s Visitor Center on October 26, 2007. More information here.

Saturday, November 3, 2007 1:00 pm
Clinton County Historical Association- Annual Meeting and Program. Election of new Board Members and a program with Roger Harwood- A PowerPoint look at our work restoring the Band Barracks and making it our home.
1 PM Meeting start, program and refreshments at 2 PM. Clinton County Historical Museum, Four Chimneys Building,  98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh, NY

Wednesday November 14, 2007 7:00 pm
Battle of Plattsburgh Association presents "A Night at the Movies”. The Battle of Plattsburgh Association will be hosting their first “Night at the Movies” in the War of 1812 Museum Theater, 31 Washington Road, Plattsburgh, NY on November 14th at 7pm. See Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World as you’ve never seen it before! Watch the movie on the big screen while enjoying the War of 1812 atmosphere of the museum, and free popcorn. Master and Commander stars Russell Crowe as Jack Aubrey, with Paul Bettany as Stephen Maturin is an historical action film based on life and combat on board a Napoleonic War era naval vessel. The event is free and open to the public. For more information call the Battle of Plattsburgh Association at 518-566-1814.

Monday, December 3, 2007 7:00 pm CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
Lake Passages: Remarkable Journeys on Lake Champlain, Lake George, and the Richelieu River- 1609-1909. Photo by Doug Harwood.The Clinton County Historical Association presents Lake Passages: Remarkable Journeys on Lake Champlain, Lake George, and the Richelieu River- 1609-1909. Jim Millard is the publisher of the popular America's Historic Lakes website, The Secrets of Crab Island, Fort Montgomery Through the Years, and the recently released Lake Passages: A Journey Through the Centuries. Volume I: 1609-1909. Jim will give an image-rich presentation highlighting some fascinating journeys that occurred along these important transportation corridors over the first 300 years since Lake Champlain's discovery by Europeans in 1609.
7 PM PROGRAM, REFRESHMENTS FOLLOWING. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Clinton County Historical Museum, Four Chimneys Building,  98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh, NY

Tuesday, December 4, 2007 6:40 pm
Lake Passages: Remarkable Journeys on Lake Champlain, Lake George, and the Richelieu River- 1609-1909. Photo by Doug Harwood.The Grand Isle Rotary Club presents Lake Passages: Remarkable Journeys on Lake Champlain, Lake George, and the Richelieu River- 1609-1909. Jim Millard is the publisher of the popular America's Historic Lakes website, The Secrets of Crab Island, Fort Montgomery Through the Years, and the recently released Lake Passages: A Journey Through the Centuries. Volume I: 1609-1909. Jim will give an image-rich presentation highlighting some fascinating journeys that occurred along these important transportation corridors over the first 300 years since Lake Champlain's discovery by Europeans in 1609.
The Grand Isle Rotary Club meets at the South Hero Congregational Church, South Street, South Hero, VT. Open to the public, all are welcome. Presentation starts at 6:40 p.m. Dinner is at 6:00 pm. For dinner reservations ($12) call Ray Jacoby at 372-6847.

December 8, 2007 10:00 am
The Battle of Plattsburgh Association will have individuals in re-enactment uniforms on hand doing an outdoor encampment Saturday December 8 from 10am-2pm at the museum campus on Washington Road in Plattsburgh, NY. They will be commemorating Pike's Cantonment, the War of 1812 version of Valley Forge. Stop by and visit the re-enactors, learn about Pike’s Cantonment, and the hardships that Zebulon Pike and his men faced while they encamped on the Saranac River during the first winter of the War of 1812. For more information call the Battle of Plattsburgh Association at 518-566-1814 or visit  www.battleofplattsburgh.org.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007 7:00 pm
The Battle of Plattsburgh Association’s “Meet the Author Night.” The museum will be hosting Keith Herkalo, author of September Eleventh 1814 - The Battles at Plattsburgh for a presentation and book signing. In the book, which debuted in September, Herkalo, using personal journals, military journals, contemporary newspaper accounts, and other original source documents, examines the evidence that leads to the conclusion that the Battles at Plattsburgh, on land and on Lake Champlain, were the key battles of the War of 1812. Mr. Herkalo will be on hand as the second in a series of monthly “Activity Nights” to be held at the Battle of Plattsburgh Association on the second Wednesday of each month.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information visit our website at www.battleofplattsburgh.org  or call the Battle of Plattsburgh Association at 518-566-1814.


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