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This is a list for articles on notable historic forts which may or may not be under current active use by a military. There are also many towns named after a Fort, the largest being Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

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Australia[]

Sydney Harbour fortifications

Other fortifications

Bahamas[]

Bahrain[]

Bangladesh[]

Belarus[]

Belgium[]

Antwerp (Province of -)[]

Antwerp (1914, external defenses, clockwise from N, right bank of Scheldt River, toponymy as per maps)

  • Stabroeck (Fort de -)
  • Berendrecht (Redoute de -)
  • Smoutakker (Redoute de -)
  • Ertbrand (Fort de -)
  • Capellen (Redoute de -)
  • Brasschaet (Fort de -)
  • Drijhoek (Redoute de -)
  • Schooten (Fort de -)
  • Audaen (Redoute de -)
  • 's Gravenwezel (Fort de -)
  • Schilde (Redoute de -)
  • Oeleghem (Fort de -)
  • Massenhoven (Redoute de -)
  • Broechem (Fort de -)
  • Kessel (Fort de -)
  • Lierre (Fort de -)
  • Tallaert (Redoute de -)
  • Koningshooykt (Fort de -)
  • Boschbeek (Redoute de -)
  • Dorpveld (Redoute de -)
  • Wavre-Sainte-Catherine (Fort de -)
  • Chemin de fer (Redoute du -)
  • Waelhem (Fort de -)
  • Breendonck (Fort de -)
  • Letterheid (Redoute de -)
  • Liezele (Fort de -)
  • Puers (Redoute de -)
  • Bornhem (Fort de -)
  • Steendorp (Fort de -)
  • Lauwershoek (Redoute de -)
  • Landmolen (Redoute de -)
  • Haesdonck (Fort de -)

Antwerp (1914, internal defenses, clockwise from N, right bank of Scheldt River, toponymy as per contemporary maps)

  • Saint Philippe (Fort -)
  • Oorderen (Redoute d' -)
  • Wilmarsdonck
  • Eeckeren
  • Merxem (Fort de -)
  • Fort n° 1
  • Fort n° 2
  • Fort n° 3
  • Fort n° 4
  • Fort n° 5
  • Fort n° 6
  • Fort n° 7
  • Fort n° 8
  • Cruybeke (Fort de -)
  • Zwyndrecht (Fort de -)
  • Sainte Marie (Fort -)
  • La Perle (Fort -)

Antwerp

  • Noord Kasteel

Liège (Province of -)[]

Liège (1914, clockwise from N, right bank of Meuse River)

Liège

Liège (1940)

Namur (Province of -)[]

Namur (1914, clockwise from E, right bank of Meuse River)

  • Maizeret (Fort de -)
  • Andoy (Fort d'-)
  • Dave (Fort de -)
  • Saint Héribert (Fort de -)
  • Malonne (Fort de -)
  • Suarlée (Fort de -)
  • Émines (Fort d'-)
  • Cognelée (Fort de -)
  • Marchovelette (Fort de -)

Bermuda[]

Bermuda had around 90 coastal defense forts and batteries scattered all over the island chain. Early colonial defense works constructed before the 19th century were primarily small coastal batteries built of stone having anywhere from two to ten guns. Some of these early forts and batteries are the oldest standing masonry forts in the new world. Later forts constructed by the royal engineers were much larger and more complex.

  • Fort St. Catherine
  • Fort Victoria
  • Fort Albert
  • Fort William (Western Redoubt)
  • Fort George
  • Fort Cunningham
  • Fort Popple
  • Ferry Island Fort
  • Burnt Point Fort
  • Martello Tower
  • Alexandra Battery
  • St. David's Battery
  • Fort Bruere
  • King's Castle
  • Landward Fort
  • Devonshire Redoubt
  • Southampton Fort
  • Charles Fort
  • Pembroke Fort
  • Paget Fort
  • Smith's Fort
  • Peniston's Fort
  • Warwick Castle
  • Bailey's Bay Battery
  • Newton's Bay Battery
  • Harris Bay Fort
  • Sears Fort
  • Devonshire Bay Battery
  • Hungry Bay Fort
  • Fort Langton
  • Fort Prospect
  • Fort Hamilton
  • Elbow Bay Batteries (x3)
  • Ingham's Fort
  • Church Bay Fort
  • Whale Bay Battery
  • Whale Bay Fort
  • Westward Fort
  • Gunpoint Fort
  • Scaur Hill Fort
  • Daniel's Island Fort
  • Maria Hill Fort
  • RN Dockyard Bermuda

Brussels[]

  • Monterey (Fort -)

Brazil[]

Canada[]

Many places in Canada which bear the name "Fort" were never military establishments. Many were simply stockades, log enclosures for fur trading posts of the Hudson's Bay Company or the North West Company. Many in the West were also originally police outposts setup to by the North-West Mounted Police prior to European-Canadian settlement of the area. See also Category: Forts in Canada

Alberta[]

  • Fort Assiniboine (HBC)
  • Fort Calgary (NWMP)
  • Fort Chipewyan (NWC)
  • Fort Edmonton (HBC)
  • Fort Kent
  • Fort MacKay
  • Fort Macleod (NWMP)
  • Fort McMurray (HBC)
  • Paint Creek House (HBC)
  • Fort Saskatchewan (NWMP)
  • Fort Vermilion (NWC)
  • Fort Victoria (HBC)
  • Fort Whoop-Up (American whiskey traders)
  • Fort Walsh (NWMP)
  • Rocky Mountain House (HBC & NWC) Now a National Historic Site.

British Columbia[]

Manitoba[]

New Brunswick[]

  • Fort Beauséjour
  • Fort Gaspéreau
  • Fort Howe
  • Fort La Tour
  • Fort Monckton
  • Fort Nashwaak
  • St. Andrews Blockhouse

Newfoundland and Labrador[]

  • Fort Amherst
  • Fort Anne
  • Fort Carlton
  • Fort Cartwright
  • Fort Charles, Labrador
  • Fort Charles, St. John's
  • Fort Erie
  • Fort Frederick
  • Fort George
  • Fort Greville
  • Fort Kenamu
  • Fort le Vieux
  • Fort Louis
  • Fort McAndrew
  • Fort Meigs
  • Fort Michikamau
  • Fort Nascopie
  • Fort Naskapis
  • Fort Pepperrell
  • Fort Pitt
  • Fort Point
  • Fort Red Bay
  • Fort Rigolet
  • Fort Royal
  • Fort St. George
  • Fort Sheffield
  • Fort Smith
  • Fort Townsend
  • Fort Waldegrave
  • Fort Wallace
  • Fort William
  • Fort Winokapau
  • Fort York
  • Signal Hill

Northwest Territories[]

  • Fort Confidence
  • Fort Franklin (now Deline)
  • Fort Good Hope
  • Fort Liard
  • Fort McPherson
  • Fort Norman (now Tulita)
  • Fort Providence
  • Fort Reliance
  • Fort Resolution
  • Fort Simpson
  • Fort Smith
  • Old Fort Providence

Nova Scotia[]

  • Fort Anne (Nova Scotia)
  • Fort Dauphin (Nova Scotia)
  • Fort Edward
  • Fort Lawrence (Nova Scotia)
  • Fortress of Louisbourg
  • Fort Sainte Anne
  • Fort Petrie
  • Fort Ochiltree
  • Scotsfort
  • Charlesfort
  • Habitation at Port-Royal
  • Fort Ste. Pierre
  • Fort Dorchester
  • Fort William, Nova Scotia
  • Fort Rosemar
  • Chedabuctou Fort
  • Fort William Augustus
  • Lawrencetown Fort
  • Fort Ste. Marie De Grace
  • Liverpool Fort
  • Gunning Cove Fort
  • Fort McNutt
  • Fort St. Louis (Nova Scotia)
  • Fort Mohawk
  • Cornwallis Fort
  • Falmouth Fort
  • Fort Ellis
  • Fort Belcher
  • Fort Grunt

Halifax (Nova Scotia)[]

  • Citadel Hill
  • Fort Massey
  • Fort Ogilvy
  • Fort Needham
  • Fort McAlpine
  • York Redoubt
  • Fort Clarence
  • Fort Charlotte - (Georges Island Fort)
  • Fort McNabb
  • Fort Hugonin
  • Fort Sackville
  • Fort Chebucto
  • Fort George
  • Fort Coote
  • Fort Duncan
  • Herring Cove Fort
  • Sherbrook Tower
  • Prince of Wales Tower
  • Duke of Kent Tower
  • York Shore Battery
  • Grand Battery
  • Point Pleasant Battery
  • Cambridge Battery
  • North West Arm Battery
  • Chain Rock Battery
  • Ives Point Battery
  • Greenbank Battery
  • Governors Battery
  • Narrows Battery
  • Connaught Battery
  • South Battery
  • Middle Battery
  • North Battery
  • Chebucto Head Battery
  • Devils Point Battery
  • Strawberry Battery
  • Peninsular Blockhouses

Nunavut[]

Ontario[]

Prince Edward Island[]

  • Fort Amherst
  • Fort Edward

Quebec[]

Saskatchewan[]

Yukon Territory[]

  • Fort Reliance

Channel Islands[]

Guernsey
Jersey

Chile[]

China[]

Beijing[]

  • Baimaguan Fort
  • Gubeikou Fort
  • Qiangzilu Fort

Guangdong[]

  • Humen Fort
  • Yamen Fort

Hainan[]

  • Xiuying Forts

Hong Kong[]

Chinese (Qing dynasty) forts

British colonial forts

Macau[]

All forts in Macau were built during or used during Portuguese rule:

Shanghai[]

  • Wusong Fort

Tianjin[]

Colombia[]

Croatia[]

Congo (Republic of the)[]

Cyprus[]

Denmark[]

Dominican Republic[]

Egypt[]

Finland[]

  • Turku Castle (sv: Åbo Slott)
  • Häme Castle (sv: Tavastehus), Hämeenlinna
  • Castle of Viborg, Viipuri (Now in Russia)
  • St. Olaf's Castle (fi: Olavinlinna), Savonlinna
  • Suomenlinna (sv: Sveaborg), Helsinki
  • fortress city of Hamina,
  • Svartholma fortress, Loviisa
  • fortresses of Ruotsinsalmi (sv: Svensksund), Kyminlinna and Fort Slava, Kotka [1] [2]
  • Bomarsund fortress, Sund, Åland
  • Korela Fortress (fi: Käkisalmi, sv: Kexholm), Priozersk (Now in Russia)
  • Lappeenranta (sv. Villmanstrand) Fortress
  • Kärnäkoski fortress, Savitaipale

France[]

  • Fort Bergues
  • Fort Bayonne
  • Fort de Bellegarde
  • Bitche
  • Fort Blaye
  • Fort Bouillon
  • Fort Boyard
  • Fort Cambrai
  • Fort Louvois or Fort du Chapus
  • Fort de Colmars-les-Alpes
  • Fort Douaumont
  • Fort-de-France (on the French Caribbean island of Martinique)
  • Fort de Joux
  • Fort de la Platte
  • Fort Liberia (Villefranche-de-Conflent)
  • Fort Lupin
  • Fort Montmédy
  • Fort Mont Louis
  • Fort Neuf-Brisach
  • Fort Chateau d'Oleron
  • Fort Le Quesnoy
  • Fort Saint-Elme - (Collioure)
  • Fort Saint-Martin-de-Ré
  • Fort Socoa (Saint-Jean-de-Luz)
  • Fort de Vincennes
  • Îles Saint-Marcouf

Vauban[]

Séré de Rivières system[]

Maginot Line (Northeast)[]

Alpine Line (Maginot Southeast)[]

Former German fortifications[]

Moselstellung[]

Germany[]

India[]

Andhra Pradesh[]

Karnataka[]

Kerala[]

Madhya Pradesh[]

Maharashtra[]

Rajasthan[]

Tamil Nadu[]

Union Territory of Delhi[]

  • Delhi Fort

Uttar Pradesh[]

West Bengal[]

Indonesia[]

Fort Belgica, built in the Banda Islands by the Portuguese in 1611.

Sumatra

Java

Lesser Sunda Islands

  • Fort Marilonga

Sulawesi

The Moluccas

  • Fort Akelamo
  • Fort Amsterdam, Ambon
  • Fort Barneveld
  • Fort Batu
  • Fort Batumiauw
  • Fort Bebe
  • Fort Belgica
  • Fort Calombo
  • Fort Kalamata
  • Fort Oranye
  • Fort Tolukko
  • Fort Victoria

Papua

  • Fort Du Bus (demolished)

Israel[]

Italy[]

Abruzzo[]

Aosta Valley[]

Apulia[]

  • Forte a Mare, Brindisi

Friuli-Venezia Giulia[]

  • Gradisca Fortress, Gradisca d'Isonzo

Lazio[]

  • Michelangelo's Fort, Civitavecchia
  • Fortress of Sant'Andrea, Itri

Liguria[]

  • Fortresses of Genoa (sixteen forts on the hills around the city of Genoa; see: Walls of Genoa (section "The fortresses")
  • Priamar Fortress, Savona

Marche[]

Piedmont[]

  • Fenestrelle Fortress, Fenestrelle

Tuscany[]

  • Medici Fortress, Arezzo
  • Belvedere (fort), Florence
  • Medici Fortress of Santa Barbara, Pistoia
  • Orsini Fortress, Pitigliano
  • Fortress of Populonia, Populonia
  • Medicean Fortress, Volterra

Japan[]

Libya[]

Lithuania[]

Malaysia[]

  • Fort Cornwallis
  • Porta de Santiago or Fort A'Famosa
  • Utrecht Fort
  • Fort Philipina or Fort Kuala Linggi
  • Fort Margherita
  • Fort Sylvia
  • Fort Emma
  • Kota Lukut built by Raja Jumaat Raja Jaafar in 1847
  • Kota Belanda or Kota Dindingh was built by Dutch in 1670 at Kampung Teluk Gedung, Pulau Pangkor.
  • Kota Batu or Kota Johor Lama
  • Kota Melawati
  • Kota Kuala Kedah
  • Kota Bukit Puteri
  • Kota Raja Mahadi
  • Kota Jelasin
  • Kota Ngah Ibrahim
  • Fort Bukit Maung
  • Fort Tanjung Pengelih- historical British Military Operation Centre fort
  • Fort Mat Salleh
  • Kota Indera Kayangan
  • Kota Sena

Malta[]

The Netherlands[]

  • Fort Nassau
  • Fort Bourtange

Forts on the Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie[]

  • Fort Pampus
  • Fort aan de Ossenmarkt
  • Fort Hinderdam
  • Fort Ronduit
  • Fort Uitermeer
  • Fort Kijkuit
  • Fort Spion
  • Fort Nieuwersluis
  • Fort bij Tienhoven
  • Fort aan de Klop
  • Fort de Gagel
  • Fort op de Ruigenhoeksedijk
  • Fort Blauwkapel
  • Fort op de Voordorpsdijk
  • Fort aan de Biltstraat
  • Fort bij Rhijnauwen
  • Fort bij Vechten
  • Fort bij 't Hemeltje
  • Fort bij Jutphaas
  • Fort Honswijk
  • Fort Everdingen
  • Fort bij Asperen
  • Fort bij de Nieuwe Steeg
  • Fort bij Vuren
  • Fort Steurgat
  • Fort de Roovere
  • Wierickerschans

Forts on the Stelling van Amsterdam[]

New Zealand[]

Norway[]

Pakistan[]

Panama[]

Philippines[]

Poland[]

Portugal[]

Russia[]

Saint Kitts and Nevis[]

  • Brimstone Hill Fortress

Saudi Arabia[]

Masmak Fortress in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Serbia[]

Singapore[]

Sri Lanka[]

South Africa[]

South Korea[]

  • Namhansanseong Fortress 1621
  • Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon 1796
  • Haengju Mountain Fortress 1592
  • Hangpadu-ri Fortress 1273?
  • Suinsangseong Fortress

Spain[]

Albacete[]

  • Fort Chinchilla

Alicante[]

  • Fort Biar

Ávila[]

  • Fort Arévalo
  • Fort Aunqueospese
  • Fort Triste Condesa
  • Fort Duque de Montellano
  • Fort Magalia
  • Fort Monbeltrán

Badajoz[]

  • Fort Jerez de los Caballeros
  • Fort Codosera
  • Fort Duques de Feria
  • Fort Luna

Burgos[]

  • Fort de las Torres
  • Fort El cid
  • Fort Cartagena

Cáceres[]

  • Fort Arquijuelas de Abajo
  • Fort Arguijuelas de Arriba
  • Fort Coria
  • Fort Las Seguras
  • Fort Trujillo

Cádiz[]

  • Fort Castellar Viejo
  • Fort Fatetar (Espera)
  • Fort Guzmán el Bueno (Tarifa)
  • Fort Jimena de la Frontera
  • Fort Luna (Rota)
  • Fort Santiago (Sanlúcar de Barrameda)
  • Fort San Marcos (Puerto de Sta. María)
  • Fort San Romualdo (San Fernando)
  • Fort San Sebastián (Cádiz)
  • Fort Sancti Petri (San Fernando)
  • Fort Santa Catalina (Cádiz)
  • Fort Olvera
  • Fort Zahara (Zahara de la Sierra)

Castelló[]

  • Fort Peníscola

Córdoba[]

  • Fort Almodóvar del Río
  • Fort Atienza
  • Fort Molina de Aragón
  • Fort Santiuste
  • Fort Siguenza
  • Fort Torija

Girona[]

  • Fort Sant Julià de Ramis
  • Fort Sant Ferran (Figueres)

Guipuzcoa[]

  • Fort San Marcos (Renteria-San Sebastian)
  • Fort Guadalupe (Hondarribia / Fuenterrabia)
  • Fort Txoritokieta (Renteria-Astigarraga)
  • Fort Mompas (San Sebastian)
  • Fort Urgull (San Sebastian)

Huelva[]

  • Fort Cartaya
  • Fort Niebla
  • Fort Santa Olalla de Cala
  • Fort Cortegana

Huesca[]

  • Fort Alquézar
  • Fort Rapitan
  • Fort Santa Elena
  • Fort Coll de Ladrones
  • Fort Sagueta

Jaén[]

  • Fort Baños de la Encina
  • Fort Santa Catalina
  • Fort Segura de la Sierra

A Coruña[]

  • Fort San Antón

León[]

  • Fort Grajal
  • Fort Los Templarios

Madrid[]

  • Fort Manzanares el Real

Menorca[]

  • Fort la Mola
  • Fort St Philip
  • Fort Malborough
  • Fort San Felipe
  • Fort San Filipet

Murcia[]

  • Fort Caravaca de la Cruz

Navarre[]

  • Fort Javier
  • Fort Olite
  • Fort San Cristobal

Palencia[]

  • Fort Ampuedia
  • Fort Belmonte de Campos
  • Fort Sarmientos
  • Fort Monzón de Campos

Palma[]

  • Fort Bellver

Segovia[]

  • Fort Segovia
  • Fort Castilnovo
  • Fort de Coca
  • Fort Duques de Albuquerque
  • Fort Pedraza de la Sierra
  • Fort Turégano

Soria[]

  • Fort Almenar
  • Fort Caracena
  • Fort Berlanga de Duero
  • Fort Gormaz
  • Fort Monteagudo de las Vicarías
  • Fort Osma
  • Fort Ucero

Tarragona[]

  • Fort Tamarit

Toledo[]

  • Fort Toledo
  • Fort Fort Carlos V
  • Fort Guadamur
  • Fort Montalbán
  • Fort Sabiote

Valladolid[]

  • Fort Encinas de Esgueva
  • Fort Fuensaldaña
  • Fort Fuente del Sol
  • Fort Iscar
  • Fort de la Mota
  • Fort de los Comuneros
  • Fort Montealegre
  • Fort Peñafiel
  • Fort Portillo
  • Fort Simancas
  • Fort Villalba de los Alcores
  • Fort Villafuerte de Esgueva

Biscay[]

  • Fort Butrón
  • Fort Villalonso
  • Fort Serantes

Zaragoza[]

  • Aljaferia

Sweden[]

Taiwan (Republic of China)[]

Turkey[]

  • Rumelihisarı
  • Anadoluhisarı

Ukraine[]

United Kingdom[]

See also the list of castles, as many early forts were called castles, and many castle sites were reused for later fortifications. Also Palmerstone Forts lists the many British fortifications built in the 1860s.

England[]

General[]

  • Maunsell Sea Forts

SE England[]

Thames[]

Medway[]

Solent[]

  • Gosport
  • Portsmouth
  • Sea Forts
  • Isle of Wight

SW England[]

  • Berry Head
  • Dartmouth
  • Plymouth
  • Isle of Portland

East Anglia[]

NW England[]

  • Liscard Battery
  • Fort Perchrock

NE England[]

Wales[]

  • Milford Haven

Scotland[]

United States[]

Alabama[]

Alaska[]

Arizona[]

California[]

Colorado[]

Bent's Old Fort

Fort Carson

  • Bent's New Fort
  • Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site
  • Fort Big Spring
  • Fort Carson
  • Fort Cass
  • Fort Collins
  • Fort Convenience
  • Fort Craig
  • Fort Crawford
  • Fort Davy Crockett
  • Fort Dominguez
  • Fort Fisher
  • Fort Flagler
  • Fort Fraeb
  • Fort Gantt
  • Fort Garland
  • Fort George
  • Fort Gerry I
  • Fort Gerry II
  • Fort Huerfano
  • Fort Independence
  • Fort Jackson
  • Fort Juana
  • Fort Julesburg
  • Fort Lancaster
  • Fort Leche
  • Fort Le Duc
  • Fort Lewis
  • Fort Logan
  • Fort Lookout
  • Fort Lupton
  • Fort Lyon
  • Fort Massachusetts
  • Fort Maurice le Doux
  • Fort Meeker
  • Fort Misery
  • Fort Moore
  • Fort Morgan
  • Fort Namaqua
  • Fort Narraguinnep
  • Fort Nepesta
  • Fort Pagosa
  • Fort Pueblo
  • Fort Reynolds
  • Fort Roubidoux
  • Fort Saint Vrain
  • Fort Sanders
  • Fort Sangre de Cristo
  • Fort Schofield
  • Fort Sedgwick
  • Fort Sheridan
  • Fort Spaulding
  • Fort Uncompahgre
  • Fort Vasquez
  • Fort Wardwell
  • Fort Weld
  • Fort Wicked
  • Fort William
  • Fort Wise
  • Milk Fort
  • Peebles Fort
  • Robert Fisher's Fort
  • Roubideaux's Old Fort
  • Sharps Trading Fort
  • Spanish Fort

Connecticut[]

Delaware[]

Florida[]

Georgia[]

Hawaii[]

Idaho[]

Illinois[]

Reconstructed bastion of Ft de Chartres

Indiana[]

Iowa[]

  • Fort Atkinson (1840–1849)
  • Fort Des Moines I, II, and III (1834–present)
  • Fort Dodge (1850–1853)
  • Fort Madison (1808–1813)

Kansas[]

Kentucky[]

Louisiana[]

Maine[]

  • Fort Baldwin
  • Fort Gorges, historic fort open to the public
  • Fort Halifax, reconstructed fort
  • Fort Kent, a blockhouse remains
  • Fort Knox, now a state park, historic masonry fort
  • Fort McClary, now a state memorial, historic blockhouse is a museum
  • Fort Pentagouet
  • Fort Popham, historic fort open to the public
  • Fort Scammel, on a privately owned island
  • Fort Western, oldest surviving log fort in the U.S., open to the public with living history aspect.
  • Fort Williams, Maine, now a town park open to the public

Maryland[]

Massachusetts[]

Michigan[]

Minnesota[]

Mississippi[]

Missouri[]

Montana[]

Nebraska[]

  • Alkali Station
  • Armas de Francia
  • Fort Atkinson
  • Camp Augur
  • Beauvais Station Post
  • Fort Beaver Valley
  • Fort Bellevue
  • Bordeaux Trading Post
  • Cabanne's Trading Post
  • Fort Calhoun
  • Fort Carlos
  • Fort Charles
  • Fort Childs
  • Fort Clarke
  • Columbia Fur Co. Post
  • Columbus Post
  • Fort Cottonwood
  • Post Cottonwood Springs
  • Camp Council Bluff
  • Cantonment Council Bluffs
  • Fort Crook
  • Crooks & McClelland Post
  • Cruzatte's Post
  • Elm Creek Fort
  • Fontenelle's Post
  • Fort Gillette
  • Gilman's Station Post
  • Post at Grand Island
  • Fort Grattan
  • Fort Hartsuff
  • Fort Heath
  • Fort Independence
  • Junction Station Post
  • Fort Kearny
  • Camp Keya Paha
  • Fort Kiowa
  • Liberty Pole Camp
  • Fort Lisa
  • Little Blue Station Post
  • Mackay's House
  • Camp McKean
  • Cantonment McKean
  • Fort McPherson
  • Camp Meiklejohn
  • Military Bridge Camp
  • Fort Mirage Flats
  • Camp Missouri
  • Cantonment Missouri
  • Camp Mitchell
  • Fort Mitchell
  • Fort Montrose
  • Mullaly's Ranch Post
  • Fort Niobrara
  • North Platte Station
  • O'Fallon's Bluffs Post
  • Omaha Barracks
  • Fort Omaha
  • Omaha Post
  • Post of the Otos
  • Pawnee Post
  • Pawnee Ranch Post
  • Pilcher's Post
  • Plum Creek Post
  • Ponca Fort (Nanza)
  • Ponca Post
  • Camp Recovery
  • Camp Red Willow
  • Robideaux Pass Post
  • Camp Robinson
  • Fort Robinson
  • St. Deroin Fort
  • Camp Sargent
  • Sarpy's Post
  • Camp Saunders
  • Camp Sheridan
  • Fort Sheridan
  • Sherman Barracks
  • Camp Sherman
  • Camp Shuman
  • Sidney Barracks
  • Fort Sidney
  • Post at Spotted Tail Agency

Nevada[]

New Hampshire[]

New Jersey[]

New Mexico[]

New York[]

North Carolina[]

North Dakota[]

Ohio[]

  • Fort Ancient, museum and Indian earthworks open to the public
  • Fort Meigs, now a state memorial, fully recreated with occasional living history guides
  • Fort Miami
  • Fort Recovery, now a state memorial, museum and recreated buildings
  • Fort Steuben

Oklahoma[]

Oregon[]

Pennsylvania[]

Fort Mifflin Commandant's House

Puerto Rico[]

Rhode Island[]

South Carolina[]

Fort Sumter

South Dakota[]

Tennessee[]

Texas[]

Utah[]

Vermont[]

Virginia[]

Virgin Islands (U.S.)[]

Washington[]

Washington, D.C.[]

West Virginia[]

Wisconsin[]

Wyoming[]

Cities and areas with Fort in the name[]

See also[]

References[]

  1. "The Fort Merensky". National Digital Repository of South Africa. http://ndr.org.za/cultures/stories/159. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 

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