Fort Frontenac (Fort Cataraqui)


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Originally built by the French to control the fur trade in the Great Lakes Basin, Fort Frontenanc survived a siege by outraged Iroquois during the fur trade, but not the British during the Seven Year War. Eventually abandoned by the French, it was eventually reconstructed and now sits as a National Historic Site of Canada. 

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