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Exploring Fort Shirley in Dominica

Todd W. Hulsey graduated from UT Knoxville in 1994 with a degree in architecture. He is now TAC Project Manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Winchester, Va. In September 2008, Hulsey submitted this photo from Dominica, an island nation in the Caribbean.

"The photo is taken at Fort Shirley where the first act of emancipation of slaves in the British Empire took place, with a plaque beside me commemorating it. The fort is located in the Cabrits National Park. The famous British American Architect, Peter Harrison, was responsible for several of the stately buildings still standing at Fort Shirley. The famous Dr. Lennox Honeychurch is overseeing the fort's restoration."


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