“I was scared before every battle. That old instinct of self-preservation is a pretty basic thing, but while the action was going on some part of my mind shut off and my training and discipline took over. I did what I had to do. ” Audie Murphy
A photo journal from today’s Memorial Day services as presented by American Legion Post #224
Valley View Cemetery
Valley View Chapel
The Korean War Memorial – Washington, DC
Mount Hope Cemetery
Please remember our Viet Nam Veterans
(Burials of American Revolution & War of 1812 Soldiers
Boy Scouts Memorial
THS’s World War II exhibit – 2015
Veterans War Memorial
Battle of Bunker Hill
Ticonderoga American Legion Post #224
Thank You Post #224 and to all that have and are serving. With our special thanks to those that took the time to share this experience along the way.
Hancock House, Ticonderoga, NY
On the occasion of the United States centennial entry into World War One, the Ticonderoga Historical Society is presenting throughout the year an exhibit and a series of programs to commemorate this major historical event. We invite all to take this opportunity to visit us at the Hancock House located at the Liberty Monument Circle.