Christmas at the Fort
December 2 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pmFree
Christmas at the Fort – Saturday, December 2, 2023 – 11 am – 5 pm
The Museum is Located at 389 Canal Street, Fort Plain, NY 13339
40% – 50% Off Clearance Book Sale – Many Titles to Choose From – All other books and gift shop items 20% Entire Purchase
German Beer will be served by Eisenadler Brauhaus – There will be plenty Refreshments and Christmas Cheer!
2023 Author Fair (Authors will be selling their books):
***NEW BOOK RELEASE***
Defeating Slavery: Hamilton’s American System Showed the Way by Nancy Bradeen Spannaus
Also by Nancy – Hamilton Versus Wall Street: The Core Principles of the American System of Economics
Wanda Easter Burch – The Home Voices Speak Louder Than the Drums: Dreams and the Imagination in Civil War Letters and Memoirs
Ken Jones – Sam’s Sam the Gallows Bird – Ken also has other local titles too
Kiersten Marcil – Witness to the Revolution
Rosemay Nichols – Building the Erie Canal – Murder in Rome – Stolen – Civil War Series Volume 1
Jeff O’Connor – Skohere and the Birth of New York’s Western Frontier 1609 – 1731 Volume I 1609 – 1686 and Volume II 1687 – 1731 – The Old Stone Fort: Guardian of Schoharie County History Since 1772
Veronica Pastecki – Whipponnock Creek: The Life and Times of Will Traylor
Don Rittner – Watervliet Historic Images – Remembering Albany: Heritage on the Hudson – Albany Through Time – Schenectady: Frontier Village to Colonial City – Troy Through Time – & many others on Local History!
Heidi Sprouse – Whispers of Liberty – Liberty’s Promise – Liberty’s Legacy – Liberty’s Price
Phillip D. Weaver – The 3rd New Jersey in New York: Stories from The Jersey Greys of 1776
Don Williams – Grandfather’s Tool Chest – Saga Of Nicholas Stoner, Or, A Tale Of The Adirondacks: Saga Of Nicholas Stoner – Don Williams’ Inside the Adirondack Blue Line & many other titles on the Adirondacks and Local History
Wayne Lenig – Fort Plain, Fork Plank, Fort Rensselaer: The Revolutionary War Forts of Canajohary
Norman J. Bollen – George Washington and the Mohawk Frontier
Thank you for supporting the Fort Plain Museum & Historical Park, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All book sale proceeds go to historic preservation, artifact acquisition, exhibit building and educational programming.