Baron Riedesel remained in and around Hubbardton and reported to General Burgoyne that he had a better plan for facilitating the movement of the
Link to full text of his Travels into North America, 1772 Naturalist Peter Kalm “July the 2d. EARLY this morning we set out on our
The 1913 Mineville Strike On March 25, 1911, the death of 146 garment workers in the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in Manhattan was a
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Maria McEachron was 18 years old and recently married at the time of her sister’s horrible murder by Burgoyne’s Indians. The story was recorded by Dr.
Pink was a black Morgan horse owned by General John Hammond. He was foaled and raised on the Hammond family farm in Crown Point with other Morgan
The first plank road in the United States was built in Syracuse in 1846 and quickly became a popular option because of inexpensive construction costs
By Lieutenant-General Burgoyne. WHEN the last ships came from Quebec, a report prevailed in Canada, said to have been founded upon positive
In the winter of 1776, George Washington dispatched bookseller Henry Knox to Crown Point and Ticonderoga in order to bring the artillery stored there