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Fort Hamilton is a Third System Fort, a US military base and home to the Harbor Defense Museum.
Fort Hamilton is a US military base in New York built between 1825 and 1831 as part of the city’s Third System defences. The Third System forts were coastal defences built in the US following the War of 1812. Even before its construction, the site on which Fort Hamilton was built... Read More
Fort McHenry was the site of a siege during the War of 1812 and the inspiration for the American National Anthem.
Fort McHenry in Baltimore was originally constructed as a defensive structure between 1799 and 1802. It was named after James McHenry, the Secretary of War from 1796 to 1800. However it was in the War of 1812 that this five pointed star shaped brick building served its most famous role. The... Read More