British occupy Fort Carillon and Fort St Frederic (38 words)

Historical Context Note

Context

On the 26th and 27th of July, 1759, more than 11,000 British troops defeated the French garrison of 400 men at Fort Carillon in the Battle of Ticonderoga. Fort St. Frederic was destroyed by the retreating French after Fort Carillon fell.

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  1. Seven Years' War in North America: French and Indian Wars

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