Ringing In Changes

In 1759, losses elsewhere in New France forced the French to abandon Fort Ticonderoga.

The Victory of Montcalm’s Troops at Carillon by Henry Alexander Ogden.

The British attack on Fort Ticonderoga in 1758 ended with devastation. The French, outnumbered 4 to 1, were able to defend the fort against the British attack. Losses elsewhere in New France caused the French to abandon the fort the next year, destroying it as they left. This eliminated the need to finish the constructure of Fort George in Lake George.

[su_box title=”Lake George History” style=”glass”]Lake George History

Lo’ the Poor Indian

Battle of Lake George

Capture of Fort William Henry

Ringing in Changes


[su_box title=”Lake George Destinations” style=”glass”]Lake George Region Gateway Visitors Center

Lake George Historical Association

Lake George Battlefield Park[/su_box]


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