Fri, Oct 12|
Lake George French & Indian War Shipwrecks
Beneath the waters lies a realm of forgotten history...
Time & Location
Oct 12, 2018, 7:00 PM
Hancock House, 6 Moses Circle, Ticonderoga, NY 12883, USA
About the event
Learn fascinating details about what exists below the waves of one of America's most scenic lakes!
By Joseph W. Zarzynski, Maritime Archaeologist
Joseph W. Zarzynski is a maritime archaeologist and author of several books on regional history.
He is a columnist for the Lake George Mirror writing articles on Lake George history and archaeology.
His presentation for the Ticonderoga Historical Society will examine French & Indian War (1755-1763)
shipwrecks in Lake George. The PowerPoint program will include: the story of a 1757 sunken sloop
raised in 1903 and sadly cut up for souvenirs, the sunken bateaux of 1758, the 1758 Land Tortoise
radeau known as "North America's oldest intact warship," and a 15 ft. long yellow submarine, built
to photograph sunken colonial bateaux, that was stolen from its dock and sunk in the lake in 1960.