Spanish Fort or "Old Spanish Fort" can refer to:
- in Micronesia
- Spanish Fort, Micronesia
- Spanish Fort (Colonia (Yap), FM), listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places
- in the United States
- Spanish Fort, Alabama
- Spanish Fort (Colorado), a Spanish military post built near Sangre de Cristo Pass in 1819
- Spanish Fort, New Orleans, Louisiana
- Spanish Fort Site (22SH500), Holly Bluff, MS, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi
- Old Spanish Fort (Pascagoula, Mississippi), listed on the NRHP in Mississippi
- Old Spanish Fort Archeological Site, Mount Vernon, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Missouri
- Spanish Fort Site, Spanish Fort, TX, listed on the NRHP in Texas
Other articles related to "spanish fort, fort, spanish":
... land from Lake Pontchartrain, extending the shoreline out away from the old fort ... The site of Spanish Fort, mostly a brick ruin, can still be seen along the upper side of the Bayou just back from Robert E ...
... Spanish Fort High School is a high school in Spanish Fort, Alabama, United States founded in the 2005-2006 school year ...
... The Confederates lost the city of Spanish Fort in Alabama at the Battle of Spanish Fort, which took place between March 27 and April 8, 1865 in Baldwin County ... After losing Spanish Fort, the Confederates went on to lose Fort Blakely to Union forces at the Battle of Fort Blakely, between April 2 and 9, 1865 ... The Battle of Fort Blakely happened six hours after Lee's surrender to Grant at Appomattox ...
... colonial authorities since 1706, when he deserted his post as commandant of Fort Detroit after poorly handling an attack by the Ottawa that resulted in thirty-one deaths. 1720 when the Pawnee – who had earlier been befriended by Bourgmont – massacred the Spanish Villasur expedition near present-day Columbus, Nebraska on the Missouri River and ... Bourgmont established Fort Orleans, the first European settlement of any kind on the Missouri River, near present-day Brunswick, Missouri, in 1723 ...
... a naval squadron sent to Formosa (Taiwan) to resupply the Spanish fort there and to attempt to dislodge the Dutch from their fort on the island ... The galleys did continue to Formosa and sighted the Dutch fort before also returning ... they had intended avoid battle and abandon their fort at the appearance of the Spanish ...
Famous quotes containing the words fort and/or spanish:
“You have created a monster and it will destroy you.”
—Garrett Fort (19001945)
“Its like a jumble of huts in a jungle somewhere. I dont understand how you can live there. Its really, completely dead. Walk along the street, theres nothing moving. Ive lived in small Spanish fishing villages which were literally sunny all day long everyday of the week, but they werent as boring as Los Angeles.”
—Truman Capote (19241984)