There are French and Indian War historic sites and museums located in over twenty states and Canada. The list below highlights a few and will change each time you click the refresh button or re-visit this page. View the interactive map to see states represented.

Historical Sites

Fort Edward

Fort Edward was built by the British in 1750. Today, the site contains the oldest surviving blockhouse in Canada, as well as the remnants of the original fort's earthen defenses.

Fort Wentworth

Fort Wentworth was built in New Hampshire and used by Roger’s Rangers. It was built on a high plateau overlooking the Connecticut and Ammonoosuc Rivers. Col. Joseph Blanchard was ordered by Gov. W...

Fort William Henry

Fort William Henry, located in Lake George, NY, was constructed in the aftermath of the Battle of Lake George in Sept. of 1755. This is also the site of the French and Indian victory in 1757 immor...

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