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Fort Mackinac
Mackinac Island, Michigan

Fort Mackinac was a major military outpost during the Revolutionary War and War of 1812

Fort Matanzas National Monument
St. Augustine, Florida

The Spanish completed Fort Matanzas in 1742 to protect Matanzas Inlet, the "backdoor" t

Fort McHenry National Monument And Historic Shrine
Baltimore, Maryland

The monument honors the fort which inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the National Anthe

Fort Mcree
Gulf Breeze, Florida

At the eastern end of Perdido Key is an area once used by the U.S.

Fort Meigs
Perrysburg, Ohio

This site is

Fort Michilimackinac
Mackinaw City, Michigan

Much of this site is geared toward young children.

Fort Mifflin On The Delaware
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Originally built in 1771 and continuously used by the U.S.

Fort Mims
Stockton, Alabama

In 1813, people on America’s southwestern frontier were fearful.

Fort Monroe Casemate Museum
Hampton, Virginia

Completed in 1834 and named in honor of President Monroe, t

Fort Morgan
Gulf Shores, Alabama

Completed in 1834, Fort Morgan was active during four wars — the Civil War, the Spanish

Fort Mose Historic State Park
St. Augustine, Florida

The power politics of 18th century England and Spain reached across the Atlantic to the

Fort Mulligan At Petersburg
Petersburg, West Virginia

Federal or Confederate troops occupied this hill and its surrounding area beginning at

Fort Nashborough
Nashville, Tennessee

John Donelson and James Robertson were both leading settlement parties when they establ

Fort Necessity National Battlefield
Farmington, Pennsylvania

Fort Negley
Nashville, Tennessee

At the Visitors Center, the film, "The Fall of Nashville" reenacts how the Union Army c

Fort Norfolk
Norfolk, Virginia

Stepping through the fort's arched entryway transports visitors to another era.

Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site
Banner, Wyoming

Visitors are invited to explore the grounds of this famous site.

Fort Pickens
Pensacola, Florida

The fort was begun in 1829, completed in 1834, and used until the 1940s.

Fort Pillow State Historic Park
Henning, Tennessee

This state park was the site of two Civil War battles, in 1862 and 1864.

Fort Pitt Museum
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

One of the most important sites of the French and Indian War, this museum tells the sto

Fort Plain Museum & Historical Park
Fort Plain, New York

A significant fort during the Revolutionary War, Fort Plain in the Mohawk Valley exists

Fort Pulaski National Monument
Savannah, Georgia

The Battle for Fort Pulaski in April 1862 marked a turning

Fort Raleigh National Historic Site
Manteo, North Carolina

The stories of Roanoke Island are told by exhibits, artifacts and the 17-minute park vi

Fort Roberdeau
Altoona, Pennsylvania

This fort, built by General Daniel Roberdeau, set out to produce lead to make ammunitio

Fort Sam Houston Museum
Fort Sam Houston, Texas

Exhibits at the Fort Sam Houston Museum depict the history of the installation in chron

Fort San Cristobal
San Juan, Puerto Rico

This fort stands guard at where once was the eastern gate to the walled city of Old San

Fort Selden State Monument
Radium Springs, New Mexico

Built on the banks of the Rio Grande, this adobe fort housed units of the U.S.

Fort St. Joseph Museum
Niles, Michigan

Featured exhibits portray the history of Fort St.

Fort Stanton
Roswell, New Mexico

Fort Stanton was established on May 4, 1855 to protect Hispanic settlements along the R

Fort Stanwix
Rome, New York

Known as "the fort that never surrendered," Fort Stanwix, under the command of Col.

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