From Ticonderoga to West Point
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British General John Burgoyne viewed the Hudson River as a strategic highway through the northeast of America. It became the centerpiece of his plan for the British northern campaign of 1777, which called for his army to move southward from Canada along the Lake Champlain-Hudson River route to Albany. Visit sites along the Revolutionary War trail on New York State's eastern border.
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