As a vivid reminder of past events, Fort Pulaski represents an important phase of our great national heritage. Standing guard over the Savannah River for over 150 years, Fort Pulaski's heritage lives on in the stories of the people, places, and events that helped shape this grand fortress.
Explore the links above to learn more about the saga of Fort Pulaski, from its early construction through wars, occupation, and its final preservation.
Did You Know?
An estimated 25 million bricks were used to construct Fort Pulaski. Many of the bricks, known as Savannah Gray, were handmade at the Hermitage Plantation on the Savannah River. Other bricks arrived from Virginia and Maryland. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia