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Fort Pitt Museum

Great Allegheny Passage

Military & War Native American History

View of the Fort Pitt Block House from within the Point State Park.

Fort Pitt and Fort Duquesne were essential to both the French and English militaries during the French and Indian War. Situated where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers merge into the Ohio River, remnants of these pivotal forts can still be seen at Point State Park. Check out the Fort Pitt Museum to discover more.

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