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War of 1812 naval relic still stored in N.Y. shed

ALBANY, N.Y. — The upstate New York village long associated with the Navy hasn’t done much to preserve one of the service’s oldest warship relics: the hull of a schooner that was the first in a long line of American vessels to carry the name Ticonderoga.

The wooden remains of the War of 1812 ship are displayed in a long, open-sided shed on the grounds of the Skenesborough Museum in Whitehall. They’ve been stored there since being raised from the southern end of Lake Champlain by a local historical group more than 50 years ago.

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