Fort Frederica National Monument sits on the site of Fort Frederica, Georgia. In 1947 the National Park Service and the Fort Frederica Association partnered in archeological exploration. They combined 18th century maps and journals to unearth the fort and town. Archeologists compared their data to historical documents to help increase understanding of the fort’s past. For more information about the archeological exploration of the site, check out this link. For more information about Fort Frederica National Monument, visit its website.

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