The French and Indian War Foundation is dedicated to educating the
public about the historical significance of the war and preserving
the sites associated with the conflict on the American frontier.
- Raise public awareness about the war and its
consequences through public lectures and tours, as well as
publications in the print and electronic media.
- Collect and conserve primary documents, especially
those relating to the war on the western frontier.
- Identify, document, and preserve French and Indian War
era historic landmarks in the backcountry of the Mid-Atlantic
- Cooperate with other private and publicly owned French
and Indian War forts, battlefields, and other historic sites in
research, promotional, and preservation activities.
Uncovering the past at Fort Loudoun