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This site is dedicated to documenting the forts, camps and stations that provided security and protection for the United States.

The goal is to combine the known public information about the forts and stations with detailed information from individual family histories and genealogies that are not public. These histories and genealogies are rich with details about ancestors who lived, worked and fought at these forts and stations.

To gain some insight into the detail that can be added to our knowledge check out the article on Soloman Litton and note all the links that were created from this one article.

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Welcome to the Fort Wiki. Everyone is invited to edit the information (articles) contained on this site. Please browse around, as you do, you are likely to think of many other people, forts, stations and other items that should be part of the site. Feel free to start an article on any subject that you see is missing. Don't worry if you don't have all of the information, just start it and others will finish it. By the same token, feel free to add or edit other articles if you see a way to improve them, even it's as simple as correcting a spelling error.

Improving the site will ensure the ongoing value of this resource to all members. Thanks for your help.

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