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WAMC New York News
Tue June 1, 2004
War College on French and Indian War Held
By Pat Bradley
Fort Ticonderoga, NY – A recent weekend at Fort Ticonderoga, New York brought scholars, re-enactors and history buffs together for an examination of the impact of the first war of the fledgling American colonies. The "Seven Years War", also known as the "French and Indian War", helped set allegiances and preliminary borders, and tempered the early careers of the first leaders of the United States. North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley was at Fort Ticonderoga for this year's seminar.