Canadian campaign. Ticonderoga; Fort St. Jean · Longue-Pointe · Arnold's
expedition · Quebec · Saint-Pierre · The Cedars · Trois-Rivières · V...
Beyond the Ohio River Valley were the nations around the Great Lakes. ... New
France had three colonies: Canada (along the St. Lawrence River), the ... The
French had a series of forts and trading posts along the main travel and .....
During the summer the British captured Fort Niagara, Fort Ticonderoga, and
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.
Fort Ticonderoga was located in a strategically important route between the
colonies and England's Northern provinces (today Canada). ... the weapons
obtained from the seizures of Forts Ticonderoga and Crown Point would prove ...
and the cannons were moved into place – all of which went unnoticed by the
Eventually,three forts were built along the river during the French and Indian war;
all were ... point for St. Leger's expedition and many other raids on the Mohawk
Valley. .... and delivering a warning to Fort Herkimer (two miles east of Fort
Dayton). .... route was the major "highway" between Canada and the English
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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
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, the world's catalog of
ideas. ... Originally built by the French, but taken over by the British, Fort Crown
Point .... on the Richelieu River in Quebec, Canada, was built by the French in
1711. ..... route between Louisbourg and Quebec, the French built this f...
The first excerpt addresses the perception that colonial soldiers were .... between
the English and French in North America intensified in 1689, when Count ...
successful, namely in the establishment of two forts, Fort Edward and Fort Anne.
The ... and Chambly, as well as Fort Frederic, a large fortification at Crown Point.
3 British soldiers and 2 Americans were killed in this battle. .... with an army from
Canada, to capture Ticonderoga, and to hold possession of the upper Hudson. ...
But the Hudson was guarded by two strong forts -- Fort Washington on the ..... to
the north of Crown Point, and taking up a strong position between Valcour Island