Revolutionary Product DescriptionSpend one weeks along one of the most historic canals of America! The Champlain Canal is from Waterford, New York to Whitehall, New York, which connects the Hudson River to Lake Champlain. The channel and its entry into the Hudson River and out into Lake Champlain, going to many places that played an important role in the Revolutionary War. During wartime, Lake Champlain and the Hudson River were the main transport routes. If the British could control these routes, it will cut the communication and the flow of supplies between New England and the rest of the colonies. It would also eliminate a passage very waterway as a transportation route for America. At the same time, to the British, who. . . More>>

A Revolutionary War Cruise on the Champlain Canal