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A Revolutionary War Cruise
The book, ISBN 1-931373-14-0, traces the many British attempts to gain control of the valleys of the Hudson River and Lake Champlain during the Revolutionary War. The book provides complete navigation to dozens of sites as well as recommendations for places to dock along the way. The seven day cruise begins opposite the town of Bethlehem, NY heading north passing many areas where 18th century patriots once lived. From the Bethlehem, the cruise includes visits at Albany, Mechanicville, the Saratoga Battlefield, Fort Edward, Whitehall, Mount Independence, Fort Crown Point, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and Westport. From Westport, the cruise reverses direction and heads south with visits to Fort Ticonderoga, Fort Ann, Schuylerville, Stillwater, and Waterford.
The book is published by Cyber
Haus of Delmar, NY.
The author, Raymond C. Houghton, is a freelance historian and sole proprietor of Cyber Haus of Delmar, NY. His goal is to get people out on our historic highways for a day to relive and appreciate a little bit of American history. Houghton is a retired college professor, former government bureaucrat, Vietnam Veteran and one-time General Electric employee. He holds honors from the Department of Commerce, is listed in Whos Who in America and holds a doctorate from Duke University.
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Reviews: "A solid resource for Revolutionary War buffs … trip descriptions are detailed and impressive." -- Forbes Magazine.
"This description of the history of the area between Lake Champlain and the Hudson River is must reading for anyone interested in a major segment of American history." -- Boating on the Hudson Magazine.
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