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The Battle of Saint-Pierre was a military confrontation on March 25, 1776, near the Quebec village of Saint-Pierre, south of Quebec City. This confrontation, which occurred during the Continental Armys siege of Quebec following its defeat at the Battle of Quebec, was between forces that were both largely composed of Canadian militia, including individuals on both sides of the conflict that had been recruited in the same communities. The Patriot forces routed the Loyalist forces, killing at least...
National Historic Landmarks in Maine, Government buildings completed in 1755, Infrastructure completed in 1755, French and Indian War forts, Colonial forts in Maine, Forts in Maine, British forts in the United States, Buildings and structures in Kennebec County, Maine, Protected areas of Kennebec County, Maine, Maine state historic sites, Visitor attractions in Kennebec County, Maine, Historic American Buildings Survey in Maine, Winslow, Maine, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places i...Fort Halifax is a former British colonial outpost on the banks of the Sebasticook River, just above its mouth at the Kennebec River, in Winslow, Maine. Originally built as a wooden palisaded star fort in 1754, during the French and Indian War, only a single blockhouse survives. A National Historic Landmark, it is the oldest blockhouse in the United States. It is now set in a municipal park, and is open to the public in the warmer months. It was the first of three significant forts which the Brit...
The Battle of Trois-Rivières (Three Rivers in English) was fought on June 8, 1776, during the American Revolutionary War. A British army under Quebec Governor Guy Carleton defeated an attempt by units from the Continental Army under the command of Brigadier General William Thompson to stop a British advance up the Saint Lawrence River valley. The battle occurred as a part of the American colonists invasion of Quebec, which had begun in September 1775 with the goal of removing the province from ...
 
Forts in New Hampshire, Colonial forts in New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Coos County, New Hampshire, French and Indian War forts, American Revolutionary War forts, New Hampshire in the American Revolution, British forts in the United States, New Hampshire stubs, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia references cleanup from February 2013, All articles needing references cleanup, Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from February 2013, All articles covered by WikiProject Wikify, Articles lac... Fort Wentworth was built by order of Benning Wentworth in 1755. The fort was built at the junction of the Upper Ammonoosuc River and Connecticut River, in Northumberland, New Hampshire, by soldiers of Colonel Joseph Blanchards New Hampshire Provincial Regiment including Robert Rogers. In 1759, Rogers Rangers returned here hoping for resupply after their raid on St. Francis, Quebec, but the fort had no garrison and no supplies. Rogers had to travel down the Connecticut River to Fort at Number 4 f...
 L�cole Française du Maine (EFDM or French School of Maine) is a bilingual co-education Pre-K through 6th grade, private school in Freeport, Maine. L�cole Française du Maine is located 15 minutes north of Portland, Maine�s largest city. It is the only French immersion school north of Boston. All academic subjects are taught in French by native speakers of the language, and the Preschool through Grade 6 programs follow the directives of both the Ministere de L�Education Nationale and the...
Derby, Vermont, Lakes of Estrie, Lake Memphremagog, Magog, Quebec, Newport (city), Vermont, Newport (town), Vermont, Vermont culture, Canada–United States border, International lakes of North America, Glacial lakes of the United States, Glacial lakes of Canada, Landforms of Orleans County, Vermont, Tributaries of the Saint Lawrence River, Visitor attractions in Estrie, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the Encyclopedia Americana with a Wikisource reference, W...
  
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Government buildings completed in 1759, Infrastructure completed in 1759, Forts in New York, French and Indian War forts, Military history of Canada, National Historic Landmarks in New York, New York state historic sites, Ruins in the United States, Colonial forts in New York, British forts in the United States, Colonial forts in Vermont, Forts in Vermont, Museums in Essex County, New York, Parks in Essex County, New York, Military and war museums in New York, American Revolutionary War museums ... 
Forts in New York, National Historic Landmarks in New York, American Revolutionary War forts, French and Indian War forts, Museums in Essex County, New York, Military and war museums in New York, Living museums in New York, French forts in the United States, Colonial forts in New York, Buildings and structures in Essex County, New York, 1757 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies, Champlain Valley National Heritage Area, Historic American Buildings Survey in New York, Star forts, Forts on the N...Fort Ticonderoga, formerly Fort Carillon, is a large 18th-century star fort built by the French at a narrows near the south end of Lake Champlain in northern New York in the United States. It was constructed by Canadian-born French military engineer Michel Chartier de Lotbinière, Marquis de Lotbinière between October 1755 and 1757 during the Seven Years War, often referred to as the French and Indian War in the US. It was of strategic importance during the 18th-century colonial conflicts betwe...

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Divided regions, Mohawk reserves in Quebec, Populated places on the Saint Lawrence River, Native American tribes in New York, Border irregularities of the United States, Canada–United States border crossings, Canada–United States border towns, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from September 2010, Coordinates on Wikidata, Settlement articles requiring maintenance, Articles containing French-language text, All articles with unsourced ... 
Former Roman Catholic church buildings in Massachusetts, Demolished churches in the United States, Churches in Boston, Massachusetts, Former buildings and structures in Boston, Massachusetts, French-American culture in Massachusetts, Irish-American culture in Boston, Massachusetts, Roman Catholic churches in Massachusetts, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, Former cathedrals in the United States, Churches completed in 1803, Religious organizations established in 1808, 19th-century Roman Catho... 
French-Canadian culture in Rhode Island, Roman Catholic churches completed in 1913, 20th-century Roman Catholic church buildings, Churches in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Rhode Island, Historic American Buildings Survey in Rhode Island, Woonsocket, Rhode Island, Providence County, Rhode Island Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States church stubs, Rhode Island religious building and st...
The Fort de La Présentation Site is an archaeological site located on Lighthouse Point, near Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County, New York. It encompasses the remains of at least eight different and discrete potential components, as identified in 1987�88. These include four contributing components: remains from French and Native American occupation during the period 1749 to 1760; remains from English and Native American occupation during the period 1760 to 1796; remains from American settlers in ...
Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in New York, National Historic Landmarks in New York, Museums in Montgomery County, New York, Georgian architecture in New York, Houses completed in 1749, French and Indian War forts, Pre-statehood history of New York, Historic house museums in New York, Historical society museums in New York, Historic American Buildings Survey in New York, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in New York, Houses in Montgomary County, New York, Hidd... Old Fort Johnson, or Fort Johnson, was a two-story stone house enclosed in fortifications built by Sir William Johnson about 1749 in the town of Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, United States. The fort served as Johnsons home, business office and trading center until 1763 when he moved to Johnson Hall in what is now Johnstown, New York. Sir Williams son Sir John Johnson owned the house from 1763 until 1776, when it was confiscated by the local Committee of Safety. The house is now located...
  
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American Revolutionary War forts, Forts in New York, French and Indian War forts, New York state historic sites, Museums in Oswego County, New York, Military and war museums in New York, Living museums in New York, British forts in the United States, Colonial forts in New York, Jewish-American history, Oswego, New York, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in New York, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sourced only to NRIS, Coordinate...
Sainte Marie among the Iroquois (originally known as Sainte Marie de Ganentaa or St. Marys of Ganantaa) was a 17th-century French Jesuit mission located in the middle of the Onondaga nation of the Haudenosaunee- Iroquois. It was located on Onondaga Lake near modern-day Syracuse, New York. The original mission was in use only from 1656 to 1658, but a modern replica is in operation as a museum and interpretive center. It is open between May and October as a living history project, with costumed in...
Bike paths in New Jersey, Bike paths in New York, Bridges by Othmar Ammann, Bridges completed in 1931, Bridges in Manhattan, Bridges in Bergen County, New Jersey, Bridges on the Interstate Highway System, Bridges on the U.S. Highway System, Bridges over the Hudson River, Cass Gilbert buildings, Fort Lee, New Jersey, Historic American Engineering Record in New Jersey, Historic American Engineering Record in New York, Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, Interstate 95, Port Authority of New York ...The George Washington Bridge � known informally as the GW Bridge, the GWB, the GW, or the George^ � is a double-decked suspension bridge spanning the Hudson River, connecting the Washington Heights neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York City to Fort Lee, New Jersey, in the United States. As of 2015^[update], the George Washington Bridge carries over 106 million vehicles per year, making it the worlds busiest motor vehicle bridge, according to the Port Authority of New York and ...
1894 births, 1961 deaths, Deaths from stomach cancer, Cancer deaths in New York, People from Columbus, Georgia, African-American military personnel, African-American boxers, American people of Haitian descent, French people of African-American descent, French people of Haitian descent, French military personnel of World War I, Chevaliers of the Légion dhonneur, Death in New York City, Recipients of the Croix de guerre 1914–1918 (France), Recipients of the Croix de guerre 1939–1945 (France),...
 
 
Religious buildings completed in 1912, 20th-century Roman Catholic church buildings, Roman Catholic churches in New York, Churches in Manhattan, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Manhattan, French-Canadian culture in the United States, French-American culture in New York City, Religious organizations established in 1882, Neoclassical architecture in New York, Italian Renaissance Revival architecture in the United States, National parishes, Roman Cath...St. Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic Church, also known as the �glise St-Jean-Baptiste, is a parish church in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York at the corner of Lexington Avenue and East 76th Street in the Lenox Hill neighborhood of the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City. The parish was established in 1882 to serve the areas French Canadian immigrant population and remained the French-Canadian National Parish until 1957. It has been staffed by the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament...
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Restaurants in Manhattan, Restaurants established in 1962, French-American culture in New York City, French restaurants, Midtown Manhattan, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from April 2015, Use mdy dates from May 2013, Articles needing additional references from April 2015, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2015, Articles to be expanded from ... La Grenouille is an historic and award-winning French restaurant located at 3 East 52nd Street (between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. Founded in 1962 by former Henri Soulé apprentice Charles Masson, Sr. and his wife Gisèle, later with sons Philippe and Charles, La Grenouille (Fr., The Frog) became a location of choice among New York, U.S., and eventually international diners, including designers from the nearby New York fashion district.not verified in...
Restaurants in Manhattan, French-American culture in New York City, French restaurants, Seafood restaurants in the United States, Michelin Guide starred restaurants in the United States, Restaurants established in 1972, Midtown Manhattan, United States restaurant stubs, Manhattan building and structure stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from February 2013, All articles needing additional references, Use mdy dates from May 2013, All articles with unsourced statement... 
 
 Florent was located on one of the few remaining cobblestone streets in New York City, at 69 Gansevoort Street. and owned by colorful restauranteur and AIDS activist Florent Morellet. Morellet is credited with revitalizing Manhattan�s meatpacking district with his restaurant. It opened in 1985 and closed on June 29, 2008. One of the hottest places in town, catering to the late night crowd, reminiscent of Edward Hoppers Nighthawks c.1942 painting. The restaurant was known for it ever changing me...
 One If By Land, Two If By Sea is a fine dining restaurant located at 17 Barrow Street (between Seventh Avenue South and West 4th Street) in the West Village of the New York City Manhattan borough. It has been recognized for its classic menu, long history, and beautiful decor. The restaurant operates inside a historic carriage house built in 1767. It was subsequently purchased by Aaron Burr in 1794 and rumored to be haunted by his ghost. In the 1830s, the former residence was converted into a pu...
 
 
 
Statue of Liberty, 1886 sculptures, 1886 in international relations, 1886 in the United States, Allegorical sculptures, Artworks in the collection of the United States National Park Service, Buildings and structures completed in 1886, Colossal statues, Copper sculptures in the United States, France–United States relations, French architecture, Historic American Engineering Record in New York, Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, History museums in New York City, French Third Republic, History...
French Azilum, located in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, was a planned settlement for refugees fleeing the French Revolution. Several influential Philadelphians, including Stephen Girard, Robert Morris and John Nicholson, Pennsylvanias comptroller general, were sympathetic to the exiles, and also saw a chance to profit financially. In 1793 they aided in the purchase of 1,600 acres (6 km2) of land in northeastern Pennsylvania, which was then wilderness. An area of 300 acres (1.2 km2) was laid out...
 
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Le Bec-Fin was a French restaurant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that first opened in 1970. Owner and founder Georges Perrier named the restaurant after the French colloquialism for fine palate. The restaurant had been rated Americas finest French restaurant, and the Mobil Travel Guide traditionally awarded it five stars. Although Perrier announced in July 2010 that he planned to close the restaurant in spring 2011, he waited until February 2012 to sell Le Bec-Fin to one of its former managers,...
  
Fort Garrison, also known as Oultons Garrison, Risteaus Garrison, and Oltons Garrison, is a historic fortification building located at Stevenson, Baltimore County, Maryland on Garrison Farms Court. It is a rectangular fieldstone building built about 1695. The fort was built to serve as a stronghold against attacks by Native Americans and was used during the French and Indian War. It is approximately 48 feet long and 18 feet wide with one large stone fireplace. Modifications in the early-19th cen...
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Mother Seton House is a historic home located on the grounds of St. Mary�s Seminary at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is a 2 1�-story red brick house, similar to other small homes built in the early 19th century for the predominantly French community nearby. It was built in 1808 as the home of Elizabeth Ann Seton (1774�1821), the first American-born woman beatified by the Roman Catholic Church. In the 1960s it was restored to its original appearance through the efforts of a committ...
 Bon Secours Hospital is a hospital in Baltimore. The hospital has the largest renal dialysis center in the city of Baltimore. The name Bon Secours is French for good help. The hospital is part of the Marriottsville, Maryland-based Bon Secours Health System, a $3.8 billion not-for-profit Catholic health system that owns, manages, or joint ventures 19 acute-care hospitals, one psychiatric hospital, five nursing care facilities, four assisted living facilities and 14 home care and hospice programs ...
LHermitage Slave Village Archeological Site is an archaeological site near Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland. The location, within the boundaries of Monocacy National Battlefield, was the site of lHermitage Plantation, founded about 1793 by the Vincendière family. The Vincendières are believed to have been former Haitian landowners who had fled the Haitian Revolution to the Catholic-leaning state of Maryland. LHermitage was notable during its time for its size, brutality and for the larg...
 
Historic districts in West Virginia, Farms on the National Register of Historic Places in West Virginia, French-American culture in West Virginia, Historic districts in Jefferson County, West Virginia, Houses completed in 1785, Houses completed in 1897, Houses in Jefferson County, West Virginia, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in West Virginia, Huguenot history in the United States, National Register of Historic Places in Jefferson County, West Virginia, Stone houses in West V... Rockland, also known as Verdier Plantation, Schley Farm and Knode House, was built by James Verdier between 1771 and 1785 near Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Verdier was a Huguenot, the son of a French silk weaver, who married Lady Susanna Monei and came to North America to escape religious persecution. In America he became a tanner, with tanneries in Martinsburg, West Virginia, Sharpsburg, Maryland and Shepherdstown. His children founded Verdiersville, Virginia after his death. The older portion...
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1754 births, 1825 deaths, American landscape architects, American military engineers, American people of French descent, American surveyors, American urban planners, Burials at Arlington National Cemetery, Continental Army officers, Federalist architects, French military engineers, French people of the American Revolution, History of Washington, D.C., Hidden categories:, Articles incorporating a citation from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference, CS1 errors: chapter ignored, ...
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Colonial architecture in West Virginia, Colonial forts in West Virginia, Dutch-American culture in West Virginia, French and Indian War forts, Government buildings completed in 1754, Houses in Hampshire County, West Virginia, National Register of Historic Places in Hampshire County, West Virginia, Stone houses in West Virginia, Vernacular architecture in West Virginia, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in West Virginia, 1754 establishments in Virginia, Hidden categories:, CS1 err...
Former Roman Catholic church buildings in Ohio, 19th-century Roman Catholic church buildings, Churches in Cleveland, Ohio, French-American history, Churches completed in 1898, Religious organizations established in 1870, Churches in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, French-American culture in Ohio, Hidden categories:, Source attribution, Articles incorporating a citation from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference, Use dmy dates from December 2013, Coordinates on Wikidat...Annunciation Church (historic) (French: �glise de lAnnonciation de Cleveland), was a Catholic parish church in Cleveland, Ohio and part of the Diocese of Cleveland. It was located at the intersection of Hurd St. and Moore St., now part of the West Side Market parking lot, in the Ohio City neighborhood. The location where the church once stood can be found, in an 1881 atlas, at the south-west corner of Hurd St. and Moore St., on the west bank of the Cuyahoga river above part of the Flats histor...
 
Forts in Michigan, French-American culture in Michigan, National Historic Landmarks in Michigan, Michigan State Historic Sites, Archaeological sites in Michigan, Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Michigan, Visitor attractions in Emmet County, Michigan, French forts in the United States, Military and war museums in Michigan, Museums in Emmet County, Michigan, Colonial forts in Michigan, Living museums in Michigan, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places...Fort Michilimackinac was an 18th-century French, and later British, fort and trading post at the Straits of Mackinac; it was built on the northern tip of the lower peninsula of the present-day state of Michigan in the United States. Built around 1715, and abandoned in 1783, it was located along the Straits, which connected Lake Huron and Lake Michigan of the Great Lakes of North America. Present-day Mackinaw City developed around the site of the fort, which has been designated as a National Hist...
The Battle of the Chesapeake, also known as the Battle of the Virginia Capes or simply the Battle of the Capes, was a crucial naval battle in the American War of Independence that took place near the mouth of Chesapeake Bay on 5 September 1781, between a British fleet led by Rear Admiral Sir Thomas Graves and a French fleet led by Rear Admiral Francois Joseph Paul, the Comte de Grasse. The battle was tactically inconclusive but strategically a major defeat for the British, since it prevented the...
 
Churches in Detroit, Michigan, French-American history, French-American culture in Michigan, Gothic Revival churches in Michigan, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Michigan, Religious organizations established in 1701, Churches in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit, Roman Catholic congregations established in the 18th century, Churches completed in 1886, 19th-century Roman Catholic church buildings, National Register of Historic Places in Detr...Ste. Anne de Détroit (Sainte-Anne-de-Détroit), founded July 26, 1701, is the second oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States, established when the area was part of the French colony. The current Gothic Revival cathedral styled church, built in 1886, is located at 1000 Ste. Anne Street in Detroit, Michigan, in the Richard-Hubbard neighborhood, near the Ambassador Bridge, and the Michigan Central Station. Historically, the parish community has occupied eight diffe...
 Fort Sandoské was a French military fort, built about 1750. The fort was located on the (now) Marblehead Peninsula on the northern side of Sandusky Bay in Ohio. It was built at a site formerly occupied about 1745 by a trading-post run by mostly Pennsylvanian (English) fur-traders; but the site was usurped by the French about 1749. This specific site was, however, never a British military outpost, as some historians assert (apparently having confused the English fur-traders with the British mili...
 Sandusky Bay is one of the principal bodies of water in northern Ohio. It is situated in between Erie, Ottawa, and Sandusky counties in the U.S. state of Ohio and just to the south of Lake Erie. It was identified as Lac (Lake) Sandouské on a 1718 map by Guillaume Delisle. It has also been referred to as Lake Junandat, Lake Otsandoske, Lake Sandusky, Sandoski Bay, Sanduskey Bay, and Sandusky Lake. According to Francis Leroy Landacre, it is a shallow, almost land-locked harbor averaging about twe...
 
Fort Miami was a fort built on the Maumee River at the eastern edge of the present-day city of Maumee, Ohio, and southwest of the present-day city of Toledo, Ohio. It was built by the British on United States territory Britain and the USA; the terms of the Treaty of Paris that ended the American Revolutionary War clearly assigned the territory to the United States, but the British refused to evacuate their forces from the West, claiming that the USA had failed to complied with the terms relating...

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  Van Buren is a town on the Saint John River in Aroostook County, Maine, United States; located across from Saint-Leonard, New Brunswick, Canada. The population was 2,171 at the 2010 census. It is named after U.S. President Martin Van Buren.  

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