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Fort Roberdeau County Park and National Historical Site grounds remain open from 8 a.m. until dusk for hiking, bird watching and other recreational activities for individuals and small groups. 

Effective immediately, Fort Roberdeau cancelled all public programs, events and trainings from now through the month of March.  This includes the Exploring Night Sky with Lasers program scheduled for March 27, 2020 at the Mountain Lion Observatory.

Fort Roberdeau will provide updates as needed and then again on March 31, 2020.​

CANCELLED

Exploring the Night Sky with Lasers

Effective immediately, Fort Roberdeau cancelled all public programs, events and trainings from now through the month of March.  

This includes the Exploring Night Sky with Lasers program scheduled for March 27, 2020 at the Mountain Lion Observatory.

Fort Roberdeau will provide updates as needed and then again on March 31, 2020.

Dispatch: A History of the Fort and Those Who Served

This year we are putting a special focus on the men and women who served at Fort Roberdeau and in the Blair county region during the Revolutionary War. In the coming weeks and months we will be posting names along with stories about these people. 

The dispatch is a section of articles concerning these things, and primary documentation.

Thomas Clugage, Captain

1750-1831 Commander of the battalion stationed at Fort Roberdeau. Thomas served under his brother, Robert Cluggage. Thomas Clugage was born in 1750 at Fort Shirley,

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John Tussey, Pvt.

John Tussey lived in the Porter area of Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. Tussey mountain could very well have been named after this gentleman or his namesake.

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Daniel Clark, Pvt.

He lived in Bedford, Pennsylvania, for more than 13 years from 1776 until well into the 1800s. He served in Clugag’e Rangers. Because his property

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