Fort Fish was situated on the highest point in the area and heavily armed. It was named after the chairman of the City's Committee of Defense. It is now a secluded area just above the first switchback curve on the northern part of East Drive and it's fabled view of the surrounding area is obscured by foliage. The monument bench to park founding father Andrew Haswell Greene was relocated here when it's original location across the drive at the former St. Vincent's Academy location was converted to a composting operation in the 1980s.
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