Fort Davis

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A Page from History
Fort Davis, a national historic site administered by the National Park Service, was established as a frontier U.S. military post to protect settlers, travelers, and mail coaches from attacks by Comanche and Apache. Visitors should allow two hours to tour the fort and the six surrounding buildings, which have been restored and furnished in 1880’s style. Time permitting; Check out the 20 other buildings and some 100 ruins, too.
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