EXHIBITS

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Prohibition

 

To celebrate the centennial of the 18th Amendment's passage, we have an exhibit that represents American life under Prohibition. Password for the speakeasy not necessary for viewing. 

Creative Commonality

A look at American Folk Art from the Hancock House Collection.

From the Lambing to the Wool

An interactive exhibit featuring the 19th century Merino Sheep industry of the Champlain Valley region with a close look at farms in Ticonderoga.

Ongoing...

Women's Suffrage Centennial

A commemoration of the Centennial of Women's Suffrage, complete with information on the remarkable women from the movement, ties to Native American gender, temperance, and more!

Fireman's Social Room

A replica of what a fire house social room would look like complete with banners, art, furnishings, and uniforms.

Rural Life
Folk art, daily artifacts and Americana. Prominently featured is a 1875 sleigh from the Ti Pulp and Paper Company (shown at left).
Longhouse Exhibit
Recognition of Native American Life & Lore inspired by Ticonderoga’s “Indian Pageant,” an annual (1932- 1962) production of scripted dramas depicting daily life. It was staged at Forest Theater, location of an early Native American campsite.

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