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Third System Forts (1816-1867) (edit list)
East Coast Florida & Gulf Coast West Coast

1. Fort Knox, Prospect, ME
2. Fort Popham, Phippsburg, ME
3. Fort Gorges, Portland, ME
4. Fort Scammel, Cumberland County, ME
5. Fort Preble, South Portland, ME
6. Fort McClary, York County, ME
7. Fort Constitution (2), Portsmouth, NH
8. Fort Warren (2), Boston, MA
9. Fort Independence (1), Boston, MA
10. Fort Taber (Fort Rodman), New Bedford, MA
11. Fort Adams (1), Narragansett Bay, RI
12. Fort Trumbull, New London, CT
13. Fort Schuyler (1), Throgs Neck, NY
14. Fort Totten, Throgs Neck, NY
15. Fort Hamilton (1), New York City, NY
16. Fort Richmond (1), Staten Island, NY
17. Fort Tompkins (1), Staten Island, NY
18. Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook, NJ
19. Fort Delaware, Pea Patch Island, DE
20. Fort Carroll (1), Baltimore, MD
21. Fort Monroe, Hampton, VA
22. Fort Calhoun (Wool), Hampton, VA
23. Fort Macon, Morehead City, NC
24. Fort Caswell, Oak Island, NC
25. Fort Sumter, Charleston, SC
26. Fort Pulaski, Savannah, GA

27. Fort Clinch (1), Fernandina Beach, FL
28. Fort Taylor, Key West, FL
29. Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, FL
30. Fort Pickens, Pensacola, FL
31. Fort McRee, Pensacola, FL
32. Fort Barrancas, Pensacola, FL
33. Advanced Redoubt, Pensacola, FL
34. Fort Morgan (1), Mobile Bay, AL
35. Fort Gaines (1), Dauphin Island, AL
36. Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island, MS
37. Fort Pike (1), New Orleans, LA
38. Fort Macomb (1), (Wood), Chef Menteur, LA
39. Fort Jackson, Port Sulphur, LA
40. Fort Livingston, Barataria Island, LA

41. Fort Point (Fort Winfield Scott), San Francisco, CA
42. Fort Alcatraz, San Francisco, CA

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Not Included Above

  • Appurtenant structures. Fort Winthrop, for example, in Boston Harbor is not listed as a fort.
  • The following are also not part of the list of 42:
  • Northern Frontier forts, as Totten did not include them in the system in his reports. He listed them as a separate entity. He stated that the forts of the Third System were to be manned by militia artillery, while the Northern Frontier forts were to be manned by regular army. This seems like a minor difference, but it was really representative of a whole different philosophy of defense.

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