Battle of Lake George



Y/M/D Description Place
1755/09/00 Baron Dieskau leads French soldier from St Frederic to intercept William Johnson's army at the southern end of Lac St Sacrement (Lake George). Fort St Frederic, Crown Point
1755/09/08 Chief William Johnson leads 1,500 troops and 200 Mohawks led by Mohawk chief King Hendrick, against Dieskau and 1,500 French and Canadian forces and Natives on the road between Fort Lyman and a British camp on the southern end of Lake George. Old Fort House, Fort Edward
1755/09/08 Moses Porter, a Captain of a regiment commanded by Colonel Ephriam Williams, is killed in the "Battle of Bloody Morning Scout" near Lake George, New York. Old Fort House, Fort Edward
1755/09/08 In a ravine 3 miles south of the village of Lake George, Col Ephraim Williams' 200 Mohawk braves and 1,000 troops from his Massachusetts Regiment and Col Nathan Whiting's Connecticut Regiment are ambushed by French forces. Old Fort House, Fort Edward

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