Endangered Landmarks

Originally from: Reenactors Journal
Date: January 2, 2010

It is sad tidings when any historical landmark is closed down.  It means that future generations will never be given the chance to explore the hollow halls or paths of the past.  Therefore let us make 2010 a year of saving the past.  In order to do this we have to make an effort to explore and support those landmarks that are close to closing there doors forever.

Fort Ticonderoga – Ticonderoga, NY
Fort Mifflin – Philadelphia, PA
Brandywine Battlefield – Chadds Ford, PA
The Hubbardton Battlefield – Hubbardton, VT
Fort Roberdeau – Altoona, PA
Fort #4 – Charlestown, NH
Newbury Battlefield – United Kingdom

11 Most Endangered American Historic Places
Civil War Preservation Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation
United Kingdom Battlefield Trust


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