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 What was the British name for Fort Duquesne?

Answer 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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What was Fort Duquesne renamed?

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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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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Where is Fort Duquesne located?

The original Fort Duquesne (pronounced "du-kane") was a French fort in western Pennsylvania in the French and Indian War (1756-1763); it was later renamed Fort Pitt. It was built at the confluence ... 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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