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 What was Fort Duquesne renamed?

Answer Fort Duquesne---a major battleground during the 18th century French and Indian War--was renamed Fort Pitt. The fort was located in what is now Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The French burned and abando... Read More »
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What was the British name for Fort Duquesne?

Fort Duquesne was on the site of present-day Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was captured by the British from the French during the French and Indian War, and the name was subsequently changed to Fort... Read More »
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Who was crushed at Fort Duquesne?

Fort Duquesne (1754-1758), a French fort in western Pennsylvania, saw considerable action during the French and Indian War. British Gen. Edward Braddock (with aide George Washington) was crushed at... Read More »
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Who fought the French at Fort Duquesne?

The British fought the French at Fort Duquesne during the French and Indian War. The military leader credited with finally conquering the French at Fort Duquesne is Gen. John Forbes. Forbes and his... Read More »
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Where was fort duquesne located on the map?

Fort Duquesne was located in what is now the 36-acre Point State Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the confluence of the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio Rivers. Its outline is marked in granite ... Read More »
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