Fort Martin Scott, Fredericksburg, TX Photos

Fort Martin Scott (1848-53) was first U.S. Army post on Western Texas frontier. Just east of Fredericksburg, TX, it served to protect settlers and provide supplies to those moving West. Though it had once fallen to ruins, several of the buildings have been reconstructed.

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Fort Martin Scott was first U.S. Army post on Western Texas frontier to protect settlers. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed officers row at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed officers quarters at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Officers quarters interior at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.
Fort Martin Scott (1848-53) was first U.S. Army post on Western Texas frontier to protect settlers. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed officers row at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed officers quarters at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Officers quarters interior at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.
Reconstructed officers quarters at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Landscape around at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Wildflowers at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Thistles at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.
Reconstructed officers quarters at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Landscape around at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Wildflowers at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Thistles at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.
Outbuilding & wagon at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed guardhouse at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed barracks at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed barracks at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.
Outbuilding & wagon at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed guardhouse at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed barracks at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.Reconstructed barracks at Fort Martin Scott. Fredericksburg, TX.

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