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Two forts that guarded the valley route between the colonies and Canada were
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Roughly two-thirds of these were Indians—Ottawas who had traveled from ... (
Guarding the river linking Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, the French fort protected the
flow of supplies to French settlements and forts in western Canada.) ... In New
York, British commander William Johnson, ordered to capture Crown Point at the
Explore Brent Kemmer's board "colonial forts" on Pinterest, a visual ... The fort
was home to a massacre during the skirmish between Indians and British ....
Originally built by the French, but taken over by the British, Fort Crown Point was
.... The Valley of Forts/ La route de la vallee des forts - From Fort Edward in NY...
In 1966 the State of Vermont bought the Chimney Point property from Mary ... in
what would become the Lake Champlain Valley of Vermont and New York ... and
block the lake route from the British colonies to Canada by building a fort ...
overlooking the strategic narrows between Chimney Point and Crown Point, New
May 10, 2015 ... Capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen May 10th 1775.
... of the major routes between Canada and the Hudson River Valley during ... In
1755 the French extended their southern reach from Crown Point into ...
directions were privately sent to me from the then colony (now state) of ...
Nov 14, 2010 ... Crab Island Battery | Fort at Crown Point | Diamond Island Supply Depot | East ...
but was halted in 1819 because it was thought to be on Canadian soil. ... two
additional forts were built, Fort Tompkins (2) (three guns) south of ... See also
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From the Canadian frontier almost to the Gulf of Mexico ... were Fort Wagner, Fort
Fox, Fort Hess, Fort Klock, Fort Nellis, ... itans, desired to emulate them and found
a colony in the New ... he was compelled to run the gauntlet between two rows of
war- .... open and guarded only by two effigies of snow, erected in a spirit.
Ft. Saint-Frederic. (Crown Point) ... French and Indian War Forts and Roads in
Pennsylvania .... Valley. The Ohio River Valley was an alternate transportation
route. .... Canada. His instructions were “to make every possible effort to drive the
English .... That morning 254 French and. 637 Indians left Fort Duquesne. Over
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Forts were built, abandoned, besieged, rebuilt, and conquered. .... The British
founded a new fort, Crown Point, two hundred yards to the north ... To the north of
Crown Point lay Lake Champlain, which led up to Canada, and the great valley of
.... of Fort Ticonderoga, which guarded the strategic point where Lake George