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Fort Scott, KS - National Historic Site - Building Interior

Fort Scott, initially called Camp Scott and named in honor of General Winfield Scott, was established on May 30, 1842 at the Marmaton crossing of the Fort Leavenworth-Fort Gibson military road. It was among nine forts originally planned to line the area between the Great Lakes and New Orleans to separate proposed Indian lands and white settlements. Photo by Jim Hinckley.
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Fort Scott, KS - National Historic Site - Building Interior