Intersection of U.S. 30 and PA Route 711 200 South Market Street Ligonier, Pennsylvania 15658

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Archaeological Investigation of Fort Ligonier, 1960 – 1965

The noted archeology of Fort Ligonier is presented in this illustrated catalogue.

Author: Jacob L. Grimm. 186 pages.


Army and Empire

Going beyond the war experience, Army and Empire examines the lives and experiences of British soldiers in the complex, evolving cultural frontiers of the West in British America.

Author: Michael N. McConnell. 211 pages.


Braddock’s March

How the man sent to seize a continent changed American History.

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Author: Thomas E. Crocker. 335 pages.


Fort Ligonier and its Times

Back in print for the first time since 1976, this volume is the best known of all the works on Fort Ligonier telling the complete story of the fort and the events of that time period.

Author: C. Hale Sipe. 699 pages.


Fort Ligonier Guidebook and Map

The history of Fort Ligonier lavishly illustrated in color.
Features an original map and a specially commissioned fold-out map of the fort as it is today.

Author: Martin West, Director of Fort Ligonier. 32 pages.


George Washington Remembers

Reflections on the French & Indian War.

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Editor: Fred Anderson. 175 pages.


Ghosts and Legends of Fort Ligonier

Over the years, more than one visitor has asked: “Is Fort Ligonier haunted?” Certainly many people believe so.

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Authors: Cassandra Fell and Dr. Walter L. Powell. 64 pages.


Pennsylvania’s Forbes Trail

Gateways and Getaways along the Legendary Route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh.
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Authors: Burton K. Kummerow, Christine H. O’Toole, R. Scott Stephenson. 204 pages.


War for Empire in Western Pennsylvania

Tells the story of the French and Indian War in Western Pennsylvania from 1754 – 1758. Illustrated with contemporary images of original objects.

81 pages.


Cobblestone Magazine

Discover American history through feature articles, brain ticklers, and fun facts.

48 pages.


Indian Captive

The Story of Mary Jemison.
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Author: Lois Lenski. 298 pages.


The Post at Loyalhanna

A work of historical fiction, this book is highly recommended for everyone, especially young readers with an interest in Fort Ligonier.

Author: Blanche M. Z. Thomas. 180 pages.


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