Gaines Parade Ground

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Custom Fine Art Print on Premium Media - Fort Gaines’ parade ground. In left center are two buildings that once housed the fort’s provost marshal. Today, these buildings have been re-purposed as a visitor’s center and public rest rooms

In far right center are the fort’s workshops, including the still-functional blacksmith shop. Sitting in the white patch on the left center of the image is the anchor from Admiral David Farragut’s flagship - the U.S.S. Hartford. A ruined barracks building sits in the lower left of the image.



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