Fort Mississauga

Located along the shores of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Niagara River, Fort Missisauga was built from 1814-1816 to replace Fort George. It consists of a box-shaped brick towar and earthworks shaped as a star. It was home to the first lighthouse on the Great Lakes, now commemorated by a plaque at the center of the fort. 

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