Fort Pulaski National Monument was established by presidential proclamation in 1924. The mission of Fort Pulaski National Monument is to preserve the historic fort, its associated structures and surroundings, and to interpret its roles in coastal fortifications, military technology and the Civil War. The National Monument also contains one of the largest federally protected salt marsh environments in the United States.
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Fort Pulaski National Monument has one of the National Park Service's most active black powder programs. Park rangers and volunteers present three daily musket firing programs. Cannon firings are presented every Saturday. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia