Fort George on the Bull-Pasture River Marker, W-148

Fort George was built in the spring of 1757 by Captain William Preston, acting on orders of Major Andrew Lewis. Local residents assisted in construction of the 80-foot-square log fort located on the land of Wallace Estill. It was never attacked directly by Indians, although arrows were shot at it from a ridge across the Bullpasture River. The fort site is located in the meadow southeast of this marker.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 1985
Region: Shenandoah Valley Region
Geographic Location: Highland County
Physical Description of Location: Stonewall, VA 24458. Located on State Route 678, 3 miles east of the junction of State Route 678 and State Route 609. Marker is on the left when traveling east on State Route 678.
GPS Location: 38.269933,-79.548867
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