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... The Army probably built the outer room of "Casemate #11" during the reconstruction of the fort from 1794–1798 and used it as a "proof room" to make cannon charges ... The Army officially named the fort after Thomas Mifflin in 1795 ... area near the center of the fort, the army built the extant citadel structure to house the commandant in 1796 ...
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“Men of extraordinary success, in their honest moments, have always sung, Not unto us, not unto us. According to the faith of their times, they have built altars to Fortune, or to Destiny, or to St. Julian. Their success lay in their parallelism to the course of thought, which found in them an unobstructed channel; and the wonders of which they were the visible conductors seemed to their eye their deed.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“A Jew without Jews, without Judaism, without Zionism, without Jewishness, without a temple or an army or even a pistol, a Jew clearly without a home, just the object itself, like a glass or an apple.”
—Philip Roth (b. 1933)