Fort Scott National Historic Site
Fort Scott National Historic Site in southeastern Kansas was designated a national historic site on October 19, 1978. The site was established to preserve and commemorate the role of Fort Scott in a sequence of pivotal events that transformed the nation. It is the most complete example of a US Army fort from the Permanent Indian Frontier, featuring 11 original historic structures and nine reconstructed historic structures.
Packed with interesting facts and beautiful photos, Fort Scott National Historic Site tells the story of this important military post. Prepare for your visit or reinforce what you learned on your last trip by picking up a copy. 16 pages.
- By Robert M. Utley
- Trim size: 9" x 9"
- ISBN: 978-0-91140-897-3