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Group: Park It in Texas: Fort McKavett State Historic Site
File Size: 2000 x 1400 pixels, 575 kilobytes
By-line: Rob McCorkle, © Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
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Caption/Information: The U.S. flag flies over rock ruins and reconstructed whitewashed limestone structures that mark the location of Fort McKavett, one of dozens of 19th century forts built to protect the frontier as it expanded west into Indian Territory.
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