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  • Saint Augustine Carriage Tour
    Saint Augustine Carriage Tour

    Saint Augustine Carriage Tour is a complete and concise history and guide to fun in Saint Augustine. "Phil King dangles a carrot of intrigue through stories of St. Augustine's perilous history, while his horse, Thorton, steps lively throughout picturesque streets. This complete, but concise account with brilliant full color photography makes the important history of the nation's oldest city unforgettable and fun." ~David Saunders, Saint Augustine photographer. Phil King's Carriage Tour through...

  • A Walking Tour of Fort Myers, Florida
    A Walking Tour of Fort Myers, Florida

    There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour is ready to explore when you are.Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer on identifying architectural...

  • A Walking Tour of Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    A Walking Tour of Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour is ready to explore when you are.Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer on identifying architectural...

  • Saint John Fortifications, 1630-1956
    Saint John Fortifications, 1630-1956

    Saint John became a gateway to what is now Canada in the early 1600s, and Fort La Tour, built in 1632, was one of the three main forts of Acadie. In Saint John Fortifications, Roger Sarty and Doug Knight trace the history of the port’s defences, from the earliest log palisades to the bunkers, gun emplacements, and communications stations built during World War II. Put to the test during the American Revolutionary War, Saint John has figured as one of Canada’s most significant guardians. American...

  • Château La Tour Figeac Saint-Émilion 2009 In any six
    Château La Tour Figeac Saint-Émilion 2009 In any six

    Lying on the border between Pomerol and Saint-Émilion, Château La Tour Figeac was once apart of Château Figeac itself. Known for producing wines that are powerful, robust and full-flavoured yet with a sense of style due to the high aromatics constantly present. The 2009 enjoyed wonderful vintage conditions to enable to viticulturalists and winemakers to produce a wine of utmost concentration and beauty while delivering a wine of true substance.

  •  Fort
    Fort

    Horror short story. Safely ensconced in his sofa-cushion fort, Patrick is ready for a night of scary movies...until real monsters invade his home, and the fort becomes his only chance of survival.

  • Look Up, Forth Worth! A Walking Tour of Fort Worth, Texas
    Look Up, Forth Worth! A Walking Tour of Fort Worth, Texas

    There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour from walkthetown.com is ready to explore when you are.Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer...

  • Look Up, Fort Wayne! A Walking Tour of Fort Wayne, Indiana
    Look Up, Fort Wayne! A Walking Tour of Fort Wayne, Indiana

    There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour is ready to explore when you are.Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer on identifying architectural...

  • Château La Tour-du-Pin-Figeac Saint-Émilion 2009 In any six
    Château La Tour-du-Pin-Figeac Saint-Émilion 2009 In any six

    Located in the northwestern edge of the Saint-Émilion appellation, La Tour-du-Pin-Figeac are know for powerful, robust Merlot dominated wines. In 2009, which saw one of the greatest vintages in recent memory, the La Tour-du-Pin has produced a wine that quite ethereal in style and will require some patience when cellaring. The structure and fruit bases is evident and will blossom into a Saint-Émilion beauty over the next decade or so.

  • Unique Tairoa Tour
    Unique Tairoa Tour

    Unique Taiaroa is a combination of the Albatross Classis and Historic Fort Tairoa tours.

    $93.00
    airnewzealand.com.au
  • Unique Tairoa Tour
    Unique Tairoa Tour

    Unique Taiaroa is a combination of the Albatross Classis and Historic Fort Tairoa tours.

    $94.00
    needtoescape.com
  • The Fort
    The Fort

    ‘Captivate, kill or destroy the whole force of the enemy’ was the order given to the American soldiers. THE FORT is the blistering novel from worldwide bestseller Bernard Cornwell. Summer 1779. Seven hundred and fifty British soldiers and three small ships of the Royal Navy. Their orders: to build a fort above a harbour to create a base from which to control the New England seaboard. Forty-one American ships and over nine hundred men. Their orders: to expel the British. The battle that followed was...

  • Fort Desolation
    Fort Desolation

    Fort Desolation

  • The Fort
    The Fort

    From the master of historical fiction. The blistering new novel from worldwide bestseller Bernard Cornwell, set in the eighteenth-century in the rebellious colony of Massachusetts. Summer 1779. Seven hundred and fifty British soldiers and three small ships of the Royal Navy. Their orders: to build a fort above a harbour to create a base from which to control the New England seaboard. Forty-one American ships and over nine hundred men. Their orders: to expel the British. The battle that followed...

  • Château La Tour-du-Pin-Figeac Saint-Émilion 2009
    Château La Tour-du-Pin-Figeac Saint-Émilion 2009

    Varietal Red Blend. Brand Name Château La Tour-du-Pin-Figeac. Liquor Style Dry Red. Size 750mL. Vintage 2009. Country France. Region Bordeaux. Closure Cork.

  • Durotuss Forte 200Ml
    Durotuss Forte 200Ml

    Durotuss Forte 200Ml

  • Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie
    Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie

    Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie

  • Fort Ticonderoga
    Fort Ticonderoga

    Called "the Key to the Continent" and "the Gibraltar of the North," Fort Ticonderoga controlled the strategically critical portage between Lakes George and Champlain in the eighteenth century and played an important role in both the French and Indian War and the American Revolution. French troops began construction of the fort in 1755, calling it Fort Carillon. The British captured the fort in 1759 and renamed it Fort Ticonderoga. The storming of the fort on May 10, 1775, by Benedict Arnold, Ethan...

  • East Saint John
    East Saint John

    East Saint John, affectionately called the "East Side," became a part of the City of Saint John in 1967. For decades prior to its merger, the city and east side community of the Parish of Simonds cooperated in many areas of municipal service. East Saint John contained many industries, including the dry dock, Foleys Pottery, and McAvitys, and later K. C. Irving's oil refinery at Silver Falls. During World War II , Fort Mispec was established at Mispec Point, and in 1970, the fort site became Irving...

  • Paroven Forte Tab 500Mg 60S
    Paroven Forte Tab 500Mg 60S

    Paroven Forte Tab 500Mg

  • The Tour
    The Tour

    An optimistic attitude... goes a long way, especially when things aren't going well. - Cadel Evans, Paris 2010 From Australia's first Tour de France winner Cadel Evans comes an insider's account of the Tour de France and what it takes to win this most prestigious of races. The campaign to win the Tour de France begins the day the last Tour finishes. A fascinating and insightful biography by established sports journalist Rupert Guinness on Cadel's 2011 Tour de France, documenting Cadel's historic...

  • Fort Adams
    Fort Adams

    Fort Adams has a rich and illustrious history as defender of Narragansett Bay. On the shores of Newport, Rhode Island, the fort was named for the nation's second president, John Adams. Humbly beginning as an earthwork in 1776, it remained an active fort until its permanent closure in 1950. Fort Adams stood guard during the American Revolutionary War, Mexican-American War, Civil War and Spanish-American War, as well as World Wars I and II. Now a state park, Fort Adams is fully restored to its former...

  • Tours
    Tours

    Take a guided tour for a behind the scenes look at our studios, galleries and shops. Group tours are available for 6 or more people and can be booked Monday to Wednesday , perfect for social, corporate and school groups.

    $5.00
    jamfactory.com.au
  • Fort Laramie
    Fort Laramie

    Fort Laramie was one of the most important frontier outposts of the American West. Founded as the trading post Fort William in 1834, the fort became a U.S. military post in 1849. Beginning in 1841, emigrants stopped at Fort Laramie while traveling the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails. Fort Laramie served as a gathering place for thousands of Native Americans and hosted the 1851 and 1868 treaty councils. When the treaties failed, the post became the staging area for campaigns that eventually...

  • Fort Adams
    Fort Adams

    Fort Adams has a rich and illustrious history as defender of Narragansett Bay. On the shores of Newport, Rhode Island, the fort was named for the nation’s second president, John Adams. Humbly beginning as an earthwork in 1776, it remained an active fort until its permanent closure in 1950. Fort Adams stood guard during the American Revolutionary War, Mexican-American War, Civil War and Spanish-American War, as well as World Wars I and II. Now a state park, Fort Adams is fully restored to its former...

  • Crazy Forts
    Crazy Forts

    Crazy Forts have designed a pack of balls and sticks that connect to create a fort structure! Just add bed sheets for endless fun, they go wherever your imagination takes you!

  • Fort Bridger
    Fort Bridger

    The history of Fort Bridger represents a microcosm of the development of the American West. Situated in an area initially inhabited by the Shoshone people, Fort Bridger was established during a transitional phase between the fur-trade era and the period of western migration. The fort became one of the most important supply points along the nation's western trail network. Later, the post served as a bastion of civilization as one of a number of western military posts. Soldiers at the fort protected...

  • Fort McAllister
    Fort McAllister

    Many earthen fortifications defended the city of Savannah and its numerous water approaches after the Civil War broke out. One of these defenses, Fort McAllister, protected the entrance to the Ogeechee River and the strategic railroad and highway bridges upstream. From November 1862 to March 1863 the U.S. Navy bombarded the fort seven different times without success. The fort finally fell to General Sherman in December 1864; ironically, the final threat the fort faced was not from an enemy trying...

  • Fort Halifax
    Fort Halifax

    Winslow has grown up around Fort Halifax in its many, many incarnations. Beginning as a French and Indian War garrison and trading post, the fort welcomed historic figures from Benedict Arnold and Aaron Burr to Paul Revere and Chief Joseph Orono. Reduced to one small blockhouse in the 1800s, Fort Halifax hosted archaeologists, travelers, artists, politicians and students. The Flood of 1987 swept away the blockhouse, leaving the fort and its supporters to fight an uphill battle for reconstruction...

  • The Forts of Maine
    The Forts of Maine

    Whether dotting the coastline, guarding the banks of the Kennebec or defending the Canadian border, Maine’s many forts have sheltered its towns and people since the seventeenth century. Both Fort Kent and Fort Fairfield were built after the War of 1812 during the Aroostook War, when hostilities raged between Mainers and British Canadians over the region’s rich timber stands. Portland Harbor’s Fort Preble became embroiled in the Civil War when a Confederate raider tried—and failed—to steal a ship...