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|Pennsylvania Historical Marker signification|
|Location:||US 11 (Wyoming Ave.) & River St., Forty Fort, Pennsylvania|
|PA marker dedicated:||October 13, 1947|
Forty Fort was a stronghold built by settlers from Westmoreland County, Connecticut, on the Susquehanna River Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.
It was a place of refuge for displaced settlers during the Battle of Wyoming in 1778.
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