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YES, St. Augustine
Looks like Fort Augustine If this is ST. Augustine, it's on the northeast side of Florida, supposed to be the oldest city in the USA
https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › List_of_forts_in_FloridaThese forts were used to garrison troops and protect supplies during War. ... These forts were used to garrison troops and protect supplies during War. This should not be confused with Fort Zachary Taylor (see below), built in Key West, Florida, approximately 280 miles to the Southwest of this Fort Taylor's location.
I don't know
Was this fort in case of pirates attacking?