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The Construction of Fort Negley

Fort Negley's historical story lies in its design and construction history, not in its military engagements.

Civil War Earthworks at Fort Blakeley

The public history project described herein was performed at Blakeley Historic Park, Alabama.

Fort Moultrie's 24 Pounders

During the mid-19th Century, the heaviest cannons used by the U.S. Army were generally designated as seacoast artillery.

 


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The second version of Fort Moultrie, a five-sided redoubt erected a decade-and-a-half after the American Revolutionary War had ended,

 


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The second version of Fort Moultrie, a five-sided redoubt erected a decade-and-a-half after the American Revolutionary War had ended,

Fort Gaines threatened by coastal erosion

DAUPHIN ISLAND, Alabama -- Dauphin Island's Fort Gaines,

Charleston's Floating Battery

Beneath leaden clouds that streaked across the sky over Charleston Harbor on the morning of April 12, 1861,

Fort Fisher

Construction began in April of 1861.

Fieldworks and Operational Art in Civil War Virginia

With the publication of seven books on Civil War military history, Earl J. Hess has established himself as one of the most provocative Civil War historians working today.

The Civil War Defenses of Washington

The Historic Resources Study of the Civil War Defenses of Washington was completed for the Capitol Region of the National Park Service to serve a variety of purposes.

Civil War Reconstructed

Today, metro Atlanta—a land of expressways, subdivisions and shopping malls—has grown to about 5.7 million people,

The Civil War Coehorn Mortar

One of the most basic and effective artillery pieces of the Civil War was the Coehorn mortar.

Unexploded Union Naval shell found at Fort McAllister

In March of 1863 the Union ironclad monitor Patapsco lay approximately 1,600 yards off Fort McAllister in the Ogeechee River launching shells at the earthen fort.

Fort Morgan

Fort Morgan is a historic fort at the mouth of Mobile Bay, Alabama, United States.

National park status requested for Fort Monroe

Virginia's U.S. senators are asking the National Park Service to write legislation that would make Fort Monroe a national park.

Fort Foote

During the Civil War the US government built 68 forts around the Nation's Capital.

Vicksburg, Military Terrain Analysis

The cultural landscape of Vicksburg became thefocus of one of the most strategic events of the Civil War:

Point Peter and the St. Marys River Forts

This document is a preliminary review of historical and archaeological information on pre-Civil War Forts on the St. Mary's River in Camden County, Georgia,

Predictive Probability Model

For American Civil War Fortifications using a Geographic Information System.

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