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The Fort at No. 4 living history museum at Charlestown, New Hampshire, where the past comes alive.



Crown Point State Historic Site. The ruins of Fort St. Frederic, "His Majesty's Fort of Crown Point," and surrounding lands were acquired by the State of New York in 1910. Guests can see the ruins of the original 18th-century structures.


Chimney Point - Vermont State Historic Site.



Fort Ticonderoga National Historic Landmark in Ticonderoga, New York hosts museum exhibits, events, and educational programs.



Friends of the Hubbardton Military Road, currently a group of Crown Point Road Association members focused on documenting and recording the history and location of this old military road, have their own web presence at:



Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site, located on a grassy hill between the Taconic Mountains and the Champlain Valley, is the site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought entirely in Vermont.  The rear guard action fought here has been called "the beginning of the end" for British General John Burgoyne and his 's great plan.



Mount Independence State Historic Site, located on the Vermont shoreline of Lake Champlain, is a designated National Historic Landmark which has been called one of the most important historic sites in the State of Vermont. In 1776, the military complex at Mount Independence was one of the largest communities in North America.



Report to Congress on the Historic Preservation of  Revolutionary War and War of 1812 Sites in the United States. The National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior published their Revolutionary War and War of 1812 sites study in 2007. The Crown Point Road is a topic of discussion in this report.