Historic sawmill replica planned for downtown Ticonderoga
Plans to design a working 18th-century replica sawmill are getting under way in Ticonderoga.
Fundraiser launched to repair historic gravestone
The Rev. Frederick Halsey, buried in 1838 in Plattsburgh's Riverside Cemetery, established the first school and the First Presbyterian Church in the fledgling community.
Wine-tasting to be featured at Transportation Museum fundraiser
The fourth-annual Grand Tasting and Silent Auction will be held Jan. 26 at Legends Bistro and Comfort Inn, with proceeds going to support upcoming projects at the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum.
Mural proposed to capture Battle of Plattsburgh
The Battle of Plattsburgh Association hopes to commission renowned artist Dean Mosher to complete the mammoth project by the bicentennial of the Sept. 11, 1814, battle on Plattsburgh Bay.
Battle of Plattsburgh relic still stored in Whitehall shed
The wooden remains of the Ticonderoga, part of Commodore Thomas Macdonough's triumphant fleet, is deteriorating as the 200th anniversary of the battle approaches.
Pike's Cantonment marks 200 years
A re-enactment and talks on the winter camp in Plattsburgh where many died in 1812 revived the history of the spot.
Lighthouse expert donates books to museum
George Clifford has given the rights to his book to Clinton County Historical Association, which will continue to publish the work for years to come.
Museum wants to commission battle mural
Battle of Plattsburgh Association needs to raise $100,000 for bicentennial artwork.
New exhibit features history of Peru
The Clinton County Historical Association Museum will host the year-long exhibit, with the opening slated for Saturday, Dec. 8.
Campout to mark Pike's Cantonment
Special events scheduled for Dec. 15 and 16 to mark harsh winter troops spent in Plattsburgh.
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