Fort George may refer to:
- Fort George, Scotland, a fortified garrison, constructed from 1748 near Inverness, Scotland
- Fort George, Guernsey, the former garrison of St Peter Port, Guernsey, constructed from 1780
- Fort George, Ontario, a 19th-century fort in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
- Fort George, Nova Scotia, a.k.a. Halifax Citadel National Historic Site in Halifax, Nova Scotia
- Fort George, the former name of Prince George, British Columbia
- Fort George (electoral district), a provincial electoral district centred on the town of Prince George, British Columbia
- South Fort George (formerly Fort George), a suburb of Prince George, British Columbia
- Fort George, a Hudson's Bay Company post near Chisasibi, Quebec
- Fort George, a North West Company post in Alberta near Buckingham House (fur-trade post)
- Fort George, a frontier trading post in Colorado, also known as Fort Saint Vrain
- Fort George (Pensacola, Florida), a former American Revolutionary War fort in Pensacola, Florida
- Fort George (Brunswick, Maine), a colonial era fort, erected in 1715 and razed in 1737, that was located in Brunswick, when Maine was under jurisdiction of the Province of Massachusetts Bay
- Fort George (Castine, Maine), a British fort during the American Revolution, site of the Penobscot Expedition
- Fort George, former name of Fort Holmes on Mackinac Island, Michigan
- Fort George, Manhattan, a neighborhood in the extreme northern part of Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York City
- Fort Amsterdam, a British fort in New York City during the American Revolution, also known as Fort George
- Fort George, New York, five different forts in various parts of New York State, built at various times
- Fort George, Oregon, the new name for Fort Astoria after the North West Company purchased it from the Pacific Fur Company in 1813
- Fort George, a British fort on Goat Island (Rhode Island) named after King George II from 1738-1779, until occupied by American forces during the American Revolution
- Fort George, Jamaica, an eighteenth-century fort in Port Antonio
British Virgin Islands:
- Fort George, Tortola, a fort built at the time of the American Revolution
- Fort George, an eighteenth-century fort in the capital, St. George's, Grenada
- Fort George, George Town, a heritage site on Grand Cayman
- Fort George, Bombay, an extension built to the fortified walls of Bombay
- A fort in Tubuai built and then abandoned in 1789 by the Bounty mutineers
- RFA Fort George (A388), combined fleet stores ship and tanker of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary
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... By the beginning of the 20th century, the fort was no longer in use ... a tall silk cotton tree growing within the fort was used as a lookout post ... Members of the Home Guard, whose barracks were located next to the fort at Dobson Hall, would climb up into the tree’s branches to watch for German submarines, many of which ...
... in 1778 on the banks of the Niagara River, and were torn down during the construction of Fort George in 1800 ... of several military sites in the town along the Niagara River Fort George, Ontario Navy Hall Fort Mississauga The barracks was one of several buildings in the Commons area ... It is now part of the Fort George National Historic Site ...
... At least four brothels were built in South Fort George during this era and one Madam, Irene Jordan, did so well that she decided to expand her business into Central ... However, it turned out that Central Fort George did not want a brothel in their town and it was shut down by Police Chief Dunwoody ... Undeterred, Miss Jordan had the new brothel skidded over to where the Prince George townsite was being built and the house was later rented by Prince George's first mayor, WG ...
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