Located on the Tombigbee River There is perhaps no other place on the mainland of North America where France, England, Spain, the Choctaw nation, and finally the newly minted United States came so closely together as on the bluff overlooking the Tombigbee River. The French erected the fort in 1736-37. Following the American Revolution the fort site became a trading post with the Choctaw nation.

Located in Livingston
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Reservations Required: No
Guided Tours Available: No
Handicapped Accessible: No
Restrooms: No

Contact: Dr. Joe Wilkins
UWA Station 31
Livingston, AL 35470
Phone: (205) 652-3647
Fax: (205) 652-3670
Email: jbw@uwa.edu
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