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  • Fort Condé

    Fort Condé was constructed by the French in 1723 in the French city of Mobile…
  • Fort Deposit

    Fort Deposit is one of the largest municipalities in Lowndes County. The town was incorporated on February...
  • Fort Henderson Historic Site

    Fort Henderson Historic Site in Athens, Limestone County, is an earthen fortification constructed by …
  • Fort McClellan

    Fort McClellan was an important U.S. Army training base in Calhoun County from 1917 to 1999. In the years...
  • Fort Mitchell

    The site of Fort Mitchell is located in Russell County, less than one mile west of the Chattahoochee...
  • Fort Payne

    Located in the mountainous northeastern corner of Alabama between Sand Mountain and Lookout Mountain,...
  • Fort Payne Depot Museum

    The Fort Payne Depot Museum is one of the few surviving nineteenth-century railway terminals in Alabama...
  • Fort Rucker

    Fort Rucker, a 64,000-acre base in Coffee and Dale counties, is Alabama's largest military installation...
  • Fort Sinquefield

    Fort Sinquefield, named in honor of the settler whose home it stood near, was one of several hastily built stockades ...
  • Fort Tombecbe

    Fort Tombecbe (or Tombecbee), located near present-day Epes, Sumter County, was one of three major forts...

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