Fort Independence

[Vermont] Fort Independence was a fort built in 1775 on Mount Independence next to Lake Champlain. It was placed directly across from Fort Ticonderoga to help fortify the approach to Albany. The intent was to provide a combined, two-shore defense to approaching British Forces. The stone crafted Fort Ticonderoga, that was originally built as
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Fort Independence

Fort Independence is the name of several forts in the United States: ...
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Fort Independence

[Massachusetts] Fort Independence is a granite star fort that provided harbor defenses for Boston, Massachusetts. Located on Castle Island, Fort Independence is the oldest continuously fortified site of English origin in the United States. The first primitive fortification was placed on the site in 1634 and replaced in 1701 with a more subs
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Fort Independence

[California] Fort Independence, originally Camp Independence, was established on Oak Creek, {convert|3|mi|km} north of nearby modern Independence, California on July 4, 1862 during the Owens Valley Indian War. The fort was abandoned at the end of hostilities with the Owens Valley Paiute, in December 1864. However it was reoccupied by Nevada
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Fort Independence

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