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Remnants of Fort Dearborn (1942-1948) at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, New Hampshire. Named for Major General Henry Dearborn, who served in the Revolutionary War, Fort Dearborn is an old World War II fort. The U.S. Army deactivated Fort Dearborn in 1948.
Title: Odiorne Point State Park - Rye, New Hampshire

Description: Remnants of Fort Dearborn (1942-1948) at Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, New Hampshire. Named for Major General Henry Dearborn, who served in the Revolutionary War, Fort Dearborn is an old World War II fort. The U.S. Army deactivated Fort Dearborn in 1948.

Location: Rye, New Hampshire, United States

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