Old Stone Fort (Massachusetts)

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Old Stone Fort was a fort that existed in 1814 in Marblehead, Massachusetts. It was also known as Sea Fensibles Barrack during its existence. Today, a plaque is located on the Transit Tower, which was built on the site of the fort. Stones from the former fort were used in the construction of the harbor's breakwater.[1][2]


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