Fort Loudoun Association
The Fort Loudoun Association is the friends group for Fort Loudoun State Historic Area and as such is devoted to the restoration and operation of historic Fort Loudoun. The Organization was created by the Tennessee State Legislature in 1933 and operated Fort Loudoun independently until 1978 when Fort Loudoun became part of Tennessee’s State Park system.
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VideosFort Loudoun Wall Gun
The park rangers at Fort Loudoun TN demonstrate their Wall Gun.
The 42nd Royal Highlanders - Hey, Johnnie Cope Are Ye Waukin' Yet, Balquider LassiesFort Loudoun Infirmary
Park Manager, Eric Hughey, demonstrates the infirmary of the 1700's at Fort Loudoun.
The 42nd Royal Highlanders - Hey, Johnnie Cope Are Ye Waukin' Yet, Balquider Lassies
Music from Inception - Mind HeisFort Loudoun Controlled Burn
Fort Loudoun does their annual controlled burn on the park. This is a better alternative to mowing, and is the preferred method, because of the benefits for the native grasses and soil.
The Heavy - How You Like Me NowUS Blockhouse Uniform
Park Ranger Will Kinton describes the uniform of the U.S. soldiers would have worn during the time of the Telllico Blockhouse.
The 42nd Royal Highlanders - Clumsy Lover, Itchy Fingers
Historic Fort Loudoun
by Fort Loudoun Association
The colony of South Carolina built Fort Loudoun in 1756 at the height of the French and Indian War. Built to foster relations with the Cherokee, the fort helped to secure the Overhill towns from French involvement. In 1760 the Cherokee besieged and captured the fort when the relationship soured, making Fort Loudoun the opening act in the Anglo Cherokee War of 1760-1762.
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