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Fort McClary, Kittery Point, ME

Fort McClary

Originally named Fort William (1715) and now called Fort McClary after a NH Revolutionary War hero, this site was originally defended by Mainers against tax duties imposed by the state of New Hampshire. This photo appeared in a history of Kittery in 1947 and is printed here by permission of the photographer Douglas Armsden who still lives nearby in Kittery Point. (Courtesy Piscataqua Press)

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Fort McClary in early postcard

Fort McClary in early 1895 guidebook

Fort William & Mary directly across the river in New Castle, NH

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