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Fort Clifton (Virginia)

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Built  1864 (1864)
VLR #  106-0005
Opened  1864
Phone  +1 804-520-9392
NRHP Reference #  81000639
Designated VLR  October 21, 1980
Area  3 ha
Added to NRHP  3 February 1981
Fort Clifton (Virginia)
Location  100 Brockwell Lane, Colonial Heights, Virginia
Address  100 Brockwell Ln, Colonial Heights, VA 23834, USA
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Fort Clifton Archeological Site is a historic American Civil War fort archaeological site located at Fort Clifton Park, Colonial Heights, Virginia. The park is the site of Fort Clifton on the Appomattox River where five Union ships sailed on Confederate troops on June 11, 1864. The Confederate Battery, with cannon emplacements, remained in Confederate hands as the cannons drove the Union attackers away. The park has earthworks that criss-cross the property. Fort Clifton Park has hiking trails and Civil War campaign signage on site.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.


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