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1777: The Road to Saratoga

02 Aug

1777: The Road to Saratoga


Author: Michael Scroggins

Dates: 4th May to 13th May 2017

9 OVERNIGHT STAYS


Québec City   2 Nights
Montréal         2 Nights
Burlington       1 Night
Lake George  3 Nights
Albany            1 Night

This itinerary generally follows the 1777 route of British General John Burgoyne from Québec City to his defeat at Saratoga at the hands of Patriots under the command of General Horatio Gates and ends with a patriotic celebration in Albany, the unachieved objective of Burgoyne's campaign. Along the way, we plan to dedicate at least two new SAR markers or interpretive signs.

Coordinator: John Stephan Berik

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