Dennis Cannady, working with The Friends of Fort Fremont Historical Park, is shown Friday with a 1/96 scale diorama of a 10-inch coastal artillery shore gun like those once found at Fort Fremont.
Dennis Cannady, working with The Friends of Fort Fremont Historical Park, is shown Friday with a 1/96 scale diorama of a 10-inch coastal artillery shore gun like those once found at Fort Fremont. Staff photo
Dennis Cannady, working with The Friends of Fort Fremont Historical Park, is shown Friday with a 1/96 scale diorama of a 10-inch coastal artillery shore gun like those once found at Fort Fremont. Staff photo

Leaders to unveil model, plans for historic Fort Fremont site

November 14, 2014 10:32 AM

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