Fort Bull

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Fort Bull in 1750

Fort Bull was a fort located at the Oneida Carry in New York, United States during the French and Indian War.

On October 29, 1755 Governor William Shirley ordered Captain Mark Petrie to take the men under his command and to build a fort on the upper landing of Wood Creek to protect the Oneida Carry. The fort was capable of holding a garrison of sixty to seventy men. The fort was attacked and burned to the ground by the French on March 27, 1756 in the Battle of Fort Bull.

Coordinates: 43°13′27″N 75°30′9″W / 43.22417°N 75.50250°W / 43.22417; -75.50250