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Fort Randall

Fort Randall

SD
builtdestroyed
1856unknown
The Fort Randall Military Post was established in 1856 to help keep peace on the frontier. It was located on the south side of the Missouri River in South Dakota, just below the present site of the Fort Randall Dam. The site for the fort was selected in 1856 by General William S. Harney. The fort served as a strategic site on the river to defend two lines of...
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Fort Randolph

Fort Randolph

WV
builtdestroyed
1776unknown
an American Revolutionary War fort which stood at the confluence of the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers, on the site of present day Point Pleasant, West Virginia, USA. Built in 1776 on the site of an earlier fort from Dunmore's War, Fort Randolph is best remembered as the place where the famous Shawnee Chief Cornstalk was murdered in 1777. The fort withstood attack ...
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Fort Ranger

Fort Ranger

VT
builtin usedestroyed
unknown1778-1781unknown
Located at Mead's (Rutland) Falls, just east of Rutland, this fort served as the headquarters for colonial troops in the area (Whitcom's Rangers). After the soldiers left for Fort Warren, the settlers used it as a gathering place.
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Fort Recovery

Fort Recovery

OH
builtdestroyed
unknownunknown
a United States Army fort begun in late 1793 and completed in March 1794 under orders by General "Mad" Anthony Wayne. It was located on the site of the present-day village of Fort Recovery, Ohio, United States, on the Wabash River within two miles of the boundary with Indiana. Wayne purposely chose as the location for his new fort the spot where Arthur St. C...
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Camp Reynolds

Camp Reynolds

SD
builtdestroyed
1859unknown
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Fort Roberdeau

Fort Roberdeau

aka: Lead Mine Fort
PA
builtdestroyed
unknownunknown
a historic fort located in Tyrone Township outside of Altoona PA. It was built in 1778, during the American Revolution and was occupied until 1780. Initial efforts were made in 1939-41 to reconstruct the fort by concerned local agencies with support from the National Youth Administration. The stockade was finally reconstructed as a Bicentennial project in 19...
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Fort Rutland

Fort Rutland

VT
builtin usedestroyed
unknown1775unknown
A town stockade located at present-day North and South Main Streets. Stone monument (1901) at site.
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