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Aerial photograph of an eighteenth century bastion fort.
National Park Service

Fort Stanwix

Owned by the National Park Service, Fort Stanwix National Monument is a reconstructed bastion fort initially constructed in 1758 during the French and Indian War located in present-day Rome, New York. The site has three short nature trails and a visitor center discussing Fort Stanwix's role in eighteenth-century history.

Related Battles

Rome, NY | August 2, 1777
Result: American Victory
Estimated Casualties
100
American
34
British
66