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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Ann
Fort Ann, New York and Vicinity
▶ Washington County (149) ▶ Essex County (186) ▶ Rensselaer County (150) ▶ Saratoga County (460) ▶ Warren County (146) ▶ Addison County, Vermont (70) ▶ Bennington County, Vermont (53) ▶ Rutland County, Vermont (92)
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| 1689 • Chevalier DeCallieries builds a small French fort in South Bay called "The Pickets."
1690 • Englishman Fitz John Winthrop's expedition camps in Fort Anne.
1692 • Winthrop builds the first fort at Fort Anne and calls it the . . . — — Map (db m147599) HM|
| in grateful tribute to the men and women of the Town of Fort Ann who fought to defend our eternal freedoms. — — Map (db m136559) WM|
|On July 8, 1777, Patriot forces slowed advancing British forces and helped assure victory at Saratoga. — — Map (db m137866) HM|
|Site of the First Baptist Church of Fort Anne Village. Erected 1874, destroyed by fire 1955. This fragment of the bell which rang also as the town clock bears date of purchase. — — Map (db m19854) HM|
|Lake Champlain to Hudson River
1609 - 1777 — — Map (db m58177) HM|
|The Village of Fort Ann sits here at Halfway Brook, midway along an Indian path made to travel between the Hudson River and Lake Champlain. European armies tramped along this route between 1690 and 1760, building fortifications near here for each of . . . — — Map (db m147600) HM|
|Old Powder House used during French and Indian Wars and Revolutionary War. — — Map (db m58088) HM|
| Built before 1800, owned
successively by Moore,
Pike and Shipman families. — — Map (db m155124) HM|