The Fort Well

The Fort Well

Fort Well, circa 1770s

An important resource for the people of Pensacola was fresh water. Along with the abundance of creeks, swamps, and springs, settlers and soldiers also depended on man-made wells to supply their fresh water needs. To learn about how this well served as both a back-up water supply and a convenient trash pit, click this stop.

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