Lake George Battlefield Park Historic District


  • Address: 34 Fort George Rd
  • Vicinity: Beach Rd
  • Type: Historic District
  • Travel Genus: Sight
  • Sight Category: Historic District


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Timeline

Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1755/00/00 Fort George is erected in Lake George, New York.
1775/12/12 Henry Knox Expedition Leader From Ft George, Henry Knox writes Cap George Palmer asking him to obtain 40 good strong sleds, each to carry a 5400 lb Cannon clear from dragging on the ground and to procure Oxen or horses to drag them from Ft Ticonderoga to Cambridge. Noble Train of Artillery
1775/12/12 George Palmer Patriot Captain From Ft George, Henry Knox writes Cap George Palmer asking him to obtain 40 good strong sleds, each to carry a 5400 lb Cannon clear from dragging on the ground and to procure Oxen or horses to drag them from Ft Ticonderoga to Cambridge. Noble Train of Artillery
1777/00/00 Fort George is destroyed in 1777 and abandoned in 1780.
1880/00/00 Delaware and Hudson Railroad Owner Delaware and Hudson Railway right of way plows through to Lake George.

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Particulars for Lake George Battlefield Park Historic District:
Military Event American Revolutionary War
Historic Use Battle site
Military Event French and Indian War
Sight Category Historic District
Criteria Historic Event
Area of Significance Military



US National Registry of Historic Places Data »

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Registry Number: 11000971
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