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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.

Land Defenses of O'ahu's Forts, 1908—1920

Few enterprises have left more monuments on O'ahu than did the Army's Coast Artillery Corps.

 

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Fort Caroline Found?

In an announcement that could rewrite the book on early colonization of the New World, two researchers today said they have proposed a location for the oldest fortified settlement ever found in North America.

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The Redoubts of West Point

By the middle part of the Eighteenth Century, military art and science was an advanced field of study.

North American Martello Towers

Historically, military architecture has been noted for its beauty and logic.

Castle Pinckney

Castle Pinckney is one of a few surviving "castle" style forts.

History of the Coast Defenses of San Francisco

And Significance of Battery Cavallo.

Civil War Earthworks at Fort Blakeley

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

Fort King George, Georgia

Settled by the English in 1670, Charleston was in no small part established to protect Virginia from the Spanish in St. Augustine, Florida.

Stabilization and Preservation of DoD-owned Military Fortifications

Numerous DoD installations contain historic military fortifications. These fortifications have been constructed through a large number of historic periods,

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.

 

WWII Towers of the Portsmouth Harbor Defenses

Gun Battery Fire-Control Towers (Base-End Stations) of the Portsmouth Harbor Defense Command.

History of the U. S. Topographical Engineers

Topographical engineers were authorized for War Department duty by an act of March 3, 1813,


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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 Griswold

During the Revolutionary War, New London harbor on the Thames River was home port for many privately owned armed ships

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Fort Mitchell

Fort Mitchell, an important post of the CreekWar of 1813-1814, was built in what is now Russell County, Alabama,

Harbor Defense Works

Of the First and Second Systems.

Preserving Fort Monroe

On September 15, the Army formally deactivated Fort Monroe, the largest stone fort ever built in the United States

17th-Century Indian Fort Discovered Near Waldorf

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. (Sept. 20, 2011)—Archaeologists from St. Mary's College of Maryland,

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