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Fort Stanwix National Monument

Fort Stanwix National Monument

100 N James St, Rome (NY), 13440, United States

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(315) 338-7730

Work hours
MO 09:00 – 17:00 SA 09:00 – 17:00
TU 09:00 – 17:00 SU 09:00 – 17:00
WE 09:00 – 17:00
TH 09:00 – 17:00
FR 09:00 – 17:00
About The official Facebook page of the Fort that "never surrendered" & associated parks. Follow & share your experience! #FortStanwix #OriskanySHS #SteubenSHS
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Mission Fort Stanwix National Monument, Purpose Statement:
"The purpose of Fort Stanwix National Monument is to preserve the location, resources, and stories associated with the military, political, and cultural events that occurred at the site of Fort Stanwix and to provide opportunities for visitor understanding and appreciation of these events."
-1.4.1 Park Purpose, Fort Stanwix National Monument Final General Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, 2009

Fort.StanwixNPS is a Facebook fan page established by the National Park Service in May 2010 as an interpretive outreach forum to strengthen public connections to park resources, and to encourage visitors to share experiences of the park with each other. You are welcome to "like" and comment on status updates, links, photos, and video clips posted here by park staff and volunteers.

If you wish to express a comment about something related to the park in a formal and official capacity, several established methods and mechanisms are at your disposal. To get started, please visit the park website at: http://www.nps.gov/fost/contacts.htm or contact the park directly at:
112 East Park Street,
Rome, NY 13440
ph# (315)338-7730
Description Come visit this one of a kind National Park in downtown Rome, NY! For thousands of years the ancient trail that connects the Mohawk River and Wood Creek served as a vital link for those traveling between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Ontario. This well-worn route through Oneida Indian territory carried goods and news, as well as diseases, to others far away. When Europeans arrived, they named this trail the Oneida Carrying Place and inaugurated a significant period in American history in which Fort Stanwix would play a vital role.
Founded August 22, 1935

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