VISIT HISTORICAL SITES

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 Ligonier

The original Fort Ligonier was built by General John Forbes as the last in a chain of fortifications securing the road his troops had built across Pennsylvania. Ligonier was to serve as a supply d...

Connecticut Historical Society

Over 29,000 men from Connecticut served in the French and Indian War (1755-1762). A cemetery in South Windsor, Connecticut has a section called "God’s Acre”, which contains the graves of many Frenc...

Fort Bon Secours

Fort Bon Secours was a French fort established by Nicholas Perrot in 1685 on the southwestern shores of Lake Pepin (Lake of Tears) across from the mouth of the Chippewa River. The fort was occupie...

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