Fort Montgomery

Fort Montgomery could refer to:

  • Fort Montgomery, New York, a hamlet in New York State
  • Fort Montgomery (Hudson River), American Revolutionary War fort near West Point in New York
  • Fort Montgomery (Lake Champlain), 1844 fort in New York
  • Fort Montgomery (Eureka), 1861 fort in Kansas
  • Fort Montgomery (Linn County), 1855 fortified home in Kansas

Other articles related to "fort montgomery, fort":

Fort Montgomery (Hudson River) - Fort Montgomery in The American Revolution
... Fort Montgomery was located at the confluence of Popolopen Creek with the Hudson River near Bear Mountain in Orange County, New York ... The fort was commanded by General George Clinton, also the newly appointed governor of the state ... Fort Montgomery and its companion fortification Fort Clinton, on the southern bank of the Popolopen, held a combined garrison of roughly 700 American soldiers ...
Fort Clinton
... Fort Clinton was an American Revolutionary War fortification in present-day Highlands, Orange County, New York ... It was a companion to Fort Montgomery ... of 300 was smaller than that of Fort Montgomery, but Fort Clinton was built on a ridge at the mouth of the Popolopen Gorge, overlooking the Hudson River, and its defenses were more complete ...
Battle Of Forts Clinton And Montgomery - Battle - Fort Montgomery
... The detachment from Fort Montgomery numbered about 100 men, and included a small artillery piece commanded by Captain John Lamb ... Setting up a defensive position about one mile (1.6 km) from the fort, they engaged Campbell's tired forces with spirit ... After another stand closer to the fort, supported by 12-pound piece, they again retreated (again not before spiking the cannon) ...
U.S. Route 9W - History - Bypasses
... km) of the highway—from the bridge to just north of Fort Montgomery—utilized the existing right-of-way of US 9W, which was widened from two to four lanes and straightened through the ... The portion of the bypass from Fort Montgomery to Cornwall-on-Hudson, with the exception of a 1-mile (1.6 km) stretch northwest of Highland Falls, was constructed on a new alignment ... Like the section south of Fort Montgomery, the one-mile stretch that utilized the original US 9W was widened to four lanes as well ...

Famous quotes containing the words montgomery and/or fort:

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    Ye children of His choice;
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    You have created a monster and it will destroy you.
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