There are French and Indian War historic sites and museums located in over twenty states and Canada. The list below highlights a few and will change each time you click the refresh button or re-visit this page. View the interactive map to see states represented.

Historical Sites

Fort Cumberland

Fort Cumberland was built in 1754. Braddock’s army spent a month in the spring of 1755 gathering supplies. The fort came under fire of Indian raiding parties. The fort site is covered with housi...


Cussewago was a summer camp for the Allegheny Seneca Indians, who came to hunt, fish and raise crops on the fertile island soil. George Washington had camped overnight on the bluff above the confl...

Fort Toulouse

Fort Toulouse was built by the French in 1717 in order to help the deerskin trade, engage in diplomatic relations with the local Native American tribes and guard eastern Louisiana against British a...

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