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Dauphin County, PA - Fort Hunter 1800 Tavern

The c. 1800 Tavern House at Fort Hunter, a historical park in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, near Harrisburg. The site is named for early settler Robert Hunter, and was occupied by U.S. Army Captain Archibald McAllister during the “War of 1812” between the United States and Britain, which actually did not end until 1815. This largely reconstructed structure served as an outlet for brandies and whiskies, to accommodate overnight travelers, and to serve as a community center for surrounding farmers. Photo by Carol Highsmith.
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Keywords:archibald mcallister, dauphin county, fort hunter, harrisburg, pennsylvania, robert hunter, tavern

Dauphin County, PA - Fort Hunter 1800 Tavern