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Fort William Henry,

at the southern end of Lake George, NE N.Y.; built by the English in 1755. In 1757, during the last conflict of the French and Indian WarsFrench and Indian Wars,
1689–1763, the name given by American historians to the North American colonial wars between Great Britain and France in the late 17th and the 18th cent.
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, it was captured and destroyed by the French. Although French Gen. Louis Montcalm had promised safe-conduct from the fort, he was unable to control his Native American allies, who attacked and killed many of those retreating from the garrison. Fort William Henry was rebuilt in 1953 and is now a museum.

William Henry, Fort:

see Fort William HenryFort William Henry,
at the southern end of Lake George, NE N.Y.; built by the English in 1755. In 1757, during the last conflict of the French and Indian Wars, it was captured and destroyed by the French. Although French Gen.
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After the Schenectady chapter come three on engagements during the Seven Years (French and Indian) War: Montcalm's capture of Fort William Henry at the southern tip of Lake George in 1757, meticulously described; then "The Battle on Snowshoes, 1758," in which Robert Rogers of his eponymous Raiders suffered "a debacle" on the western shore of Lake George; and thirdly, the British failure in July 1758 to push the outnumbered French out of Fort Carillon (Ticonderoga), because of a superior siege defense and poor English intelligence.
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