Fort Fairfield Blockhouse

Photo Credit: John Stanton

Fort Fairfield Blockhouse

The blockhouse and museum commemorate the 19th-century border dispute known as the Aroostook War. The 'war,' between the United States and Great Britain, ended without warfare in 1839. The wooden blockhouse sits on a hill near the US-Canadian border. It is open during the Potato Blossom Festival and by arrangement. For more information, contact the Fort Fairfield Chamber of Commerce.


Events
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06/29/2017
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07/01/2017
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