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1. Corlear Bay near Port Kent 2. Portion of the rugged western shore 3. A glimpse of the lake from Bluff Point

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Explorer Samuel de Champlain at the age of forty and the age of sixty-five.

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Top: Champlain's Astrolabe. It is supposed to have been lost by him on his first journey up the Ottawa River in 1633 and was found in 1867.

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Top: The Royal Savage, one of Benedict Arnold's ships lost in an encounter with a British fleet off Valcour Island, October 11, 1776.

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Recovering the hull of Benedict Arnold's Schooner Revenge from the bottom of Lake Champlain in winter, when the ice made the work easier.

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Reproduction of Commodore Thomas MacDounough, U.S.N., the hero of the naval battle of Cumberland Bay, Lake Champlain.

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Top: Early graphicof Ethan Allen "The Hero of Fort Ticonderoga."

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Replica of a painting by Thomas Cole of the ruins at Fort Ticonderoga.
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