• Scenic rural landscape with green lawn, cloud-flecked blue sky, and autumn foliage punctuated by a small, deep red farmhouse and red cannon carriages.

    Saratoga

    National Historical Park New York

Our Staff & Offices

Park Superintendent: Joe Finan

Administrative Officer: Leslie Green

Chief Ranger: Greg Wozniak

Protection Rangers: Jacquie Tinker, Tim Whelan, Devin Randall (seasonal), Keith Hatfield (seasonal)

Resource Manager/Biologist: Chris Martin

Biological Technician: Linda White

Curator: Chris Valosin

Facility Manager: Jason Huart

Maintenance Chief: Jeff Wells

Program Assistant: Rose Dickinson

Maintenance Crew: Cindy Vanderwerker, Eric Dalzell, Karen Salley (seasonal), Jim Meader (seasonal), John Meehan (seasonal)

Chief of Interpretation: Gina Johnson

Interpretive Rangers: Joe Craig, Eric Schnitzer, Bill Valosin, Megan Stevens, Jennifer Richard-Morrow (seasonal), Ray Miller (seasonal), Tom Nordby (seasonal), Bill Clarke (seasonal), Roger Farrell (seasonal)

Did You Know?

A very young man in a deep sky blue New Hampshire Regiment uniform coat leads several soldiers in a drill.

At the time of the American Revolution, boys as young as their teens could be officers in the army. There were examples, though rare, of boys as young as 12-15 years of age holding the rank of Ensign (equal today to Second Lieutenant).