Fort Brewerton, Brewerton, Oswego Co. Built in 1759.
||New York Forts
Fort Brown Site - Plattsburgh, Clinton Co.; built during the War of 1812.
Fort Bull - Burned to the ground by the French on 27 Mar 1756
Fort Clinton/Fort Arnold - Most was demolished for road construction and the rest is within Bear Mountain State Park.
Fort Columbus aka Fort Jay
Fort Conti - Burned to the ground in 1679, then became Fort Denonville and later became Fort Niagara.
Fort Crown Point - Built by the British in 1759; located near the town of Crown Point; largest earthen fortress built in the U.S.
Fort Dayton - Located in Herkimer, NY.
Fort Denonville - Currently Fort Niagara.
Fort Drum - U. S. Army military reservation in Jefferson Co.
Fort Gardiners Point Island - An island in Block Island Sound and former location of Fort Tyler. Privately owned and popularly called "The Ruins."
Fort George - Consisted of five forts. Lastly built in 1776 in New York City. Currently the site of the George Washington High School.
Fort H. G. Wright - was a U.S. Military installation on Fishers Island.
Fort Hamilton - located in Brooklyn as a Military Installation.
Fort Herkimer - Built in 1740. Originally known as Fort Kaouri. Destroyed during the construction of the Erie Canal.
Fort Hunter - Located in Montgomery Co. Currently the site of Schoharie Crossing aqueduct.
Fort Klock - built in appriximately 1750. The site is maintained by the Fort Klock Historic Restoration as a living museum.
Fort de La Presentation - Aka Fort La Galette and Fort Oswegatchie.
Fort Levis - First built in 1759 by the French. Partially destroyed by the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Fort Michie - was a U.S. Coastal defense site on Great Gull Island.
Fort Montgomery (Hudson River) - built during the American Revolution and is now operated by NY as the Fort Montgomery State Historic site.
Fort Montgomery (Lake Champlain)
Old Stone Barracks
Old Stone Fort
Fort Rogers Island
Fort St. Frederic
Fort Wall Street
Fort William Henry
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