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  1. May 24, 2022 · Fort Bragg, in North Carolina, is the only base that wouldn’t be named after a person. Two others would be named after Black soldiers, and three would include women's names. Fort Gordon in Georgia would get the most well-known name — commemorating President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who led allied forces in Europe in World War II.

  2. View 52 homes for sale in Fort Madison, IA at a median listing home price of $124,900. See pricing and listing details of Fort Madison real estate for sale.

  3. › wiki › Fort_KingFort King - Wikipedia

    Fort King (also known as Camp King or Cantonment King) was a United States military fort in north central Florida, near what later developed as the city of Ocala.It was named after Colonel William King, commander of Florida's Fourth Infantry and the first governor of the provisional West Florida region.

  4. Jun 01, 2022 · Fort Madison’s oldest, still-active fraternal organization, and the only remaining exclusive members-and-guests-only club, is celebrating its 125th anniversary this week. This would be the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, more commonly known as the Fort Madison Elks Club.

  5. Jun 19, 2022 · Fort Madison Daily Democrat 1226 Avenue H, Fort Madison, IA 52627 +1(319)372-1212

  6. The storied gun battery known as Fort Blunder offers a lesson for civil engineers: Before you build, make sure your surveyors know what they’re doing. In 1818, work began on a modern, heavy fortification at the northern end of Lake Champlain. The British had launched massive invasions of the United States through the lake during […]

  7. In preparation for the 1787 Constitutional Convention, Madison drafted a document known as the Virginia Plan, which provided the framework for the Constitution of the United States. Madison, then 36, spent the months leading up to the convention in Montpelier’s library, studying many centuries of political philosophy and histories of past ...

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