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Located in the city of Detroit, Michigan, at the foot of Livernois Avenue in the Delray neighborhood. Wikipedia

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    • A number of forts, including Fort Wayne, were built by the United States in Michigan during the 19th century out of fears of renewed fighting with Britain.Michigan-Wikipedia
    • Belle Isle was home to the Detroit Futbol League, but games are now held at the Fort Wayne grounds due to field conditions at Belle Isle.Belle Isle Park (Michigan)-Wikipedia
    • Headquarters and 1st Battalion stayed at Fort Sheridan, 2nd Battalion was at Fort Wayne (Detroit), Michigan and 3rd Battalion was at Fort Brady, Michigan.2nd Infantry Regiment (United States)-Wikipedia
    • The U.S. Army constructed Fort Wayne in Detroit in 1842 after the conflict to counter the British presence at Fort Malden in Sandwich.Patriot War-Wikipedia
    • Mound-builders lived in the area and mounds were noted at several locations in present-day Detroit, including at Fort Wayne and Springwells.History of Detroit-Wikipedia
    • No residents of Delray live along either body of water as the land is devoted to riverfront industries and the historic Fort Wayne.Delray, Detroit-Wikipedia

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