National Geographic : 1950 Jul
SNational geographicc N eity + Fort Augusta in Miniature Stands on the Original Site in Sunbury, Pennsylvania The stockade protected colonists during French and Indian wars (page 110). Its model serves as the setting for a radio interview with the party. Station WKOK's technician sits in the dry moat. A museum (white building) houses the two exhibits below. Kodaehronies hy Walter M. Edwards S Pioneers Scattered Iron Caltrops to Discourage Moccasined Raiders Heel traps, one spike always pointing up, were useful too against cavalry, just as explosive mines ambush tanks. American settlers called them "crow's-feet." The barge model suggests the canals which once edged the Susquehanna.