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  • Board meeting, Saturday, 27 May 2017

    Board meeting reminder When: Saturday, 27 May 2017 09:30 AM to 11:30 AM (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time - Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London Where: Battery 519

    Fortmilesha@yahoogroups.com 41 minutes ago
  • 90-MM Project Video

    This was automatically made by Google Photo's from the pictures and video I took.

    browndwz 8 hours ago
  • Re: [FMHA 90mm Project] 90-MM Progress

    Now I know why he's been going around singing that song all day... "If I had a hammer... I'd hammer in the morning..." ... ________________________________

    browndwz 8 hours ago
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We're here to restore Fort Miles as a museum for the 261st Coast Artillery.

One of our needs for the Fort Museum Project is manpower. We are progressing nicely with the few people we have, and would like to get more members involved, hands on.

We have specific tasks, such as demolition, electrical, plumbing, ventilation, painting, installing displays, and others to get Battery 519 ready for displays. We also have need for help with the barracks, the artillery, and many other items that need tender loving care!

All members are encouraged to ask questions and open discussions on all things Fort Miles or Coast Artillery. News and events are published on this list to keep you in the know - and you can speak directly volunteers and Delaware State Parks staff about what's happening at the Fort Miles Historic Site.

This is a work in progress. Expect changes. All for the better!

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  • Forts and Bases
  • Sep 28, 2008
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