During the American Revolutionary War, several skirmishes took place at Ticonderoga, a fort located in upstate New York at the southern end of Lake Champlain. In May of 1775, American troops captured the fort from its British occupiers after a brief battle. Two years later, in July of 1777, the fort was retaken by the British without any siege or major battle being required. The fort's strategic importance did lead, however, to various significant battles being fought in its general vicinity.
The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga took place July 6, 1777.
May 11th, 1775
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the battle of Trenton ended i n 1776
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Battle of Bunker Hill 1775
British wanted to take over ticonderoga
the battle of fort Ticonderoga was in 1775
The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga, that was on Lake Champlain, in Canada, was a plan and fight to over take Canada, and add a 14th colony to American Colonies.
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John Burgoyne was the general thet won the battle of Fort Ticonderoga 1777.