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Darien, GA, USA - September 3, 2011: A reenactor dressed as an 18th-century British soldier wears a tricorne hat and stands with a musket at Fort King George, the oldest English fort remaining on the Georgia coast. From 1721 until 1736, Fort King George was the southernmost outpost of the British Empire in North America.
18th-century British soldier with musket at Fort King George in Darien, Georgia (USA)
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