Fort Monroe National Monument has a diverse history that starts from the American Indian presence to the journey of Captain Smith and the arrival of African slaves seeking freedom. This fort also helped to defend the natives at the Chesapeake Bay. Owing to its rich cultural and historical significance this site was declared a national landmark and opened to the public. You can obtain a brochure from the information center and enroll yourself in a walking tour to unravel the mysteries of this place.
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