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  2. Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva - Revolvy

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    Fort Madison , on Nuku Hiva , was the first naval base of the United States in the Pacific Ocean . It was built by Commodore David Porter in October and November 1813, during the Anglo-American War , for protecting the village of Madisonville from British and Marquesan attacks.

  3. Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva - Wikipedia

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    Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva Fort Madison, on Nuku Hiva, was the first naval base of the United States in the Pacific Ocean. It was built by Commodore David Porter in October and November 1813, during the Anglo-American War, for protecting the village of Madisonville from British and Marquesan attacks.

  4. Fort Madison, Iowa - Wikipedia

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    Fort Madison is a city and a county seat of Lee County, Iowa, United States along with Keokuk. Of Iowa's 99 counties, Lee County is the only one with two county seats. The population was 11,051 at the 2010 census.

  5. Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva - Infogalactic: the planetary ...

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    Fort Madison, on Nuku Hiva, was the first naval base of the United States in the Pacific Ocean. It was built by Commodore David Porter in October and November 1813, during the Anglo-American War, for protecting the village of Madisonville from British and Marquesan attacks.

  6. Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva | Military Wiki | FANDOM powered ...

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    Fort Madison, on Nuku Hiva, was the first naval base of the United States in the Pacific Ocean. It was built by Captain David Porter in October and November 1813, during the Anglo-American War, for protecting the village of Madisonville from British and Marquesan attacks.

  7. Fort Madison, Iowa for Kids - Kiddle

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    For the naval base, see Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva. Fort Madison, Iowa; City: ... Fort Madison was one of three posts established by the U.S. Army to establish control ...

  8. Nuku Hiva Campaign - Wikipedia

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    The Nuku Hiva Campaign was an armed conflict between the United States and the Polynesian inhabitants of Nuku Hiva during the War of 1812. ... The small Fort Madison, ...

  9. Exploring the Area in Nuku Hiva | Frommer's

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    He named this outpost Fort Madison, ... My most memorable day on Nuku Hiva was spent traveling to the rugged northeastern side of the island in the company of a tour ...

  10. Nuku Hiva Campaign | Military Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Porter arrived off Nuku Hiva, on October 25, 1813 and he renamed it Madison's Island after President James Madison. Then Porter began making preparations to establish the first American naval base in the Pacific, as well as a small colony, named Madisonville, to house the sailors.

  11. Fort Madison, Iowa - WOW.com

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    For the naval base, see Fort Madison, Nuku Hiva. Fort Madison, Iowa; City: Downtown Fort Madison ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Fort Madison, Iowa. Iowa ...

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