• The Battle Scarred Walls of Fort Pulaski

    Fort Pulaski

    National Monument Georgia

Living History Volunteers

Living history volunteers pose as the Union garrison at Fort Pulaski.

Living history volunteers pose as the Union garrison at Fort Pulaski.

FOPU

Living History volunteers provide the public with special programs and events throughout the year, assisting visitors in better understanding the human experience at Fort Pulaski during the Civil War. To find out how you can help, please contact the Living History Coordinator at (912) 786-5787 or through e-mail.

Additional Resources:

2012 Living History Participant Handbook [1.0 MB PDF File]
Historic Weapons Safety and Inspection Procedures

Did You Know?

30-Pounder Parrot Rifle

By 1860 Fort Pulaski's armament was still not completed and it was not yet garrisoned. As it turned out, before United States troops could occupy the fort, they had to conquer it. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia