War of 1812

Schooners (goelettes) of the French Navy 'L'Etoile' (The Star) (R) and 'La Belle Poule', leave Brest's harbour, western France, on March 8, 2012 en route to reach the United States for the bi-centenary celebrations of the June 12,1812 Second War of American Independence in New York. The two training ships begin a four-month trip following the route of French Vice-Admiral Louis-René Levassor de Latouche-Tréville, who participated in the war. AFP PHOTO / FRED TANNEAU (Photo credit should read FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Images)

War of 1812 Shipwreck Possibly Discovered in CT River

An ancient shipwreck may have been discovered at the bottom of the Connecticut River in Old Saybrook. Archaeologists say evidence has been found to suggest that a 200-year-old battleship from the War of 1812 sits […]

09/30/2013

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Battlefields With A View: Top 5 N.Y. Wartime Heritage Adventures

Much of America’s story was forged on domestic battlefields. Honor those who died for our freedom with a wartime heritage site visit.

07/01/2013

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