1. Fort Snelling St. Paul, Minn.
2. Old Fort Harrison, Terre Haute, Ind.. handle engraved "MEM"
3. Fort Stanwix, 1758, Rome, NY. back of handle engraved "Nettie
4. Fort Defiance 1794. Handle engraved "D of U"
5. Washington's Headquarters
6. Old fort, Fort Wayne, Ind.
nicely engraved image of Fort Snelling
Fort Snelling, originally , Fort Saint Anthony, was a military
fort at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi
Rivers in Hennepin County, Minnesota.
Engraved image of fort Harrison
Fort Harrison, also called Fort Ben, is now an Indiana state park
located in Lawrence, Indiana, and occupies part of the former site of
Fort Benjamin Harrison.
engraved image of Fort Stanwix
a colonial fort constructed between August 26, 1758 and 1762
under British General John Stanwix, near Rome, New York.
A beautifully engraved image of Fort Defiance
built by General "Mad" Anthony Wayne in August 1794 at the confluence
of the Auglaize and Maumee rivers
the name is derived from Charles Scott, who was leading a band of
Kentucky militiamen in support of Wayne, who said: "I defy the English,
Indians, and all the devils of hell to take it."
a nicely engraved spoon of Washington's headquarters in Newburgh, NY
a historic site of the Hasbrouck House, the longest-serving
headquarters of George Washington during the American Revolutionary War
Another beautifully engraved image of the old fort in Fort Wayne, Ind.
NON US FORTS
1. Morro Castle, Habana (now Havana), Cuba
2. Firenze , Tijuana, Mexico
Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro is a picturesque fortress
guarding the entrance to Havana bay
Fort Tijuana is a large square walled structure built in a traditional
Visit the Ft. Mackinac exhibit
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