American Revolution Podcast

Episode 144 Defense of Fort Ticonderoga

April 12, 2020

After the British fail to take the Fort Ticonderoga in 1776, the Continentals squander the winter fighting among themselves. When General Burgoyne's British army moves to surround and assault the fort in the summer of 1777, General St. Clair realizes his Continental garrison is a sitting duck.

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