Fort Pitt

Fort Pitt may refer to:

  • Fort Pitt (Pennsylvania), on the site of present-day Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States
  • Fort Pitt, Kent, in the United Kingdom
  • Fort Pitt (Saskatchewan), a trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company in Canada
  • Fort Pitt (Amtrak), a former train operated by Amtrak between Pittsburgh and Altoona in Pennsylvania

Other articles related to "pitt, fort pitt, forts, fort":

Stanwix Street (Pittsburgh)
... Josh Gibson Field Greenlee Field Motor Square Garden Pitt Stadium Recreation Park Schenley Gardens Three Rivers Winter Garden Parks Arboretum Arsenal ... Avenue Carson Street Centre Avenue Curry Hollow Road Forbes Avenue Fort Pitt Boulevard Grant Street Lebanon Church Road Liberty Avenue Penn Avenue Pennsylvania Turnpike Saw Mill Run ... Bridge Three Sisters Veterans Bridge West End Bridge Tunnels Armstrong Tunnel Corliss Tunnel Fort Pitt Tunnel Liberty Tunnel Squirrel Hill Tunnel ...
Samuel Brady's Family - Samuel's Father Captain John Brady - Pontiac's War
... However, Pontiac took many frontier forts and settlements in present day Michigan and Ohio ... Pontiac’s forces besieged Fort Pitt (presently Pittsburgh), Fort Ligionier and Fort Bedford in Pennsylvania ... Bouquet became the commander of Fort Pitt ...
Lochry's Defeat - Planning Clark's Campaign
... In January 1781, Clark left for Fort Pitt in western Pennsylvania to assemble his men and supplies ... His goal was to have the expedition ready for departure from Fort Pitt by June 15 ... Brodhead, the Continental Army commander at Fort Pitt, refused to detach men for Clark's campaign because he was staging his own expedition against the Delaware Indians ...
Fort Pitt, Kent
... Fort Pitt was a fort built between 1805 and 1819 on the high ground of the boundary between Chatham and Rochester, Kent ... converted into a girls school, now known as Fort Pitt Grammar School ... the Creative Arts building also occupies part of the site of the original fort and some original brickwork remains visible at the side of the building ...
Maryland And Virginia Rifle Regiment - Fort Pitt and The Western Department
... partially completed, Rawlings' regiment set off for Fort Pitt, arriving there in late May 1779 ... He remained the commandant of Fort Frederick and subsequently served as Deputy Commissary of Prisoners for Maryland ... Alexander Lawson Smith also did not proceed to Fort Pitt with the riflemen ...

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