New Program: Fort Gadsden turns 200!

This week marks the 200th anniversary of the building of Fort Gadsden at Prospect Bluff on Florida’s Apalachicola River. Two Egg TV is marking the occasion with the release of our new program Fort Gadsden: American Power in Spanish Florida: To learn more about the British occupation of Prospect Bluff during the War of 1812 and […]

Finding Fort Hughes: New Program Now Available!

Two Egg TV’s new program – “Finding Fort Hughes” – has been released! You can watch it on our Roku channel by adding the “Two Egg TV” app to your Roku device, or you can watch it right here: To learn more about the history of the fort, please consider Dale Cox’s book Fort Scott, Fort Hughes […]

Remains of Fort Hughes FOUND in Bainbridge, Georgia!

Brian Mabelitini, an archaeologist from the University of South Carolina, has found traces of the log walls of Fort Hughes in Bainbridge, Georgia. The remarkable discovery came more than 200 years after the U.S. Army evacuated the fort, which once stood at what is now the J.D. Chason Memorial Park. On hand to help with […]

Archaeologists to search for Fort Hughes in Bainbridge, Georgia

An archaeological search for surviving remains of historic Fort Hughes will begin in Georgia this week. The project is a community service of Two Egg TV. Brian Mabelitini, an archaeologist from the University of South Carolina, will lead the effort. He previously directed excavations of the Confederate gun battery at Torreya State Park near Bristol, Florida, […]

Fort Gaines, Georgia (1816)

Fort Gaines was an important military post of the First Seminole War. It protected the Georgia frontier in 1816-1821. The fort was named for Maj. Gen. Edmund Pendleton Gaines, a hero of the War of 1812, and was built to guard the southern border of the Creek Nation as defined by the Treaty of Fort […]