Presidential Proclamation -- Establis...

Presidential Proclamation -- Establishment of the Fort Monroe National Monument

There are 2 comments on the The White House story from Nov 1, 2011, titled Presidential Proclamation -- Establishment of the Fort Monroe National Monument. In it, The White House reports that:

Known first as "The Gibraltar of the Chesapeake" and later as "Freedom's Fortress," Fort Monroe on Old Point Comfort in Virginia has a storied history in the defense of our Nation and the struggle for freedom.

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Frodoe of Fort Monroe

Norfolk, VA

#1 Nov 19, 2011
Thank you Mr. President; for your proclamation establishing Fort Monroe as a national historic monument!!
Samson of Southie

Norfolk, VA

#2 Oct 2, 2012
I would very much like to see President Obama and his challenger Mitt Romney debate at Fort Monroe or Longshots Billiards and Darts!!

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