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Dauphin County, PA - Fort Hunter Stone Stable

Stone stable at Fort Hunter, a historical park in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, near Harrisburg. This property, named for Robert Hunter, a pioneer who settled in the area in the early 1700s, was an important setting during the “War of 1812” between the United States and Britain, which actually did not end until 1815. Its manor house was built by U.S. Army captain Archibald McCallister about 1814; he had constructed this stable four or so years earlier. Photo by Carol Highsmith, 2019.
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Keywords:archibald mcallister, dauphin county, fort hunter, harrisburg, pennsylvania, robert hunter, stable, stone

Dauphin County, PA - Fort Hunter Stone Stable