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Martin's Station Photo Gallery

Images of Martin's Station captured by various photographers including Harold Jerrell and Andrew Knez Jr. These images capture the essence of Martin's Station, and what it truly stands for, to keep our history alive!

Construction of Martin's Station

Images showing the construction of Martin's Station in 2002.

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Faces of Martin's Station

See the men and women that help bring Martin's Station to life.

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Past Raid at Martin's Station

Photos of past Raids, including epic battles, educational demonstrations and more.

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Scenes from Martin's Station

Images of Martin's Station, programs, events and daily activities.

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Winter at Martin's Station

Beautiful winter scenes taken at Martin's Station.

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Native Americans at Martin's Station

Photos of various Native American re-enactors at Martin's Station.

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For thousands of other images, click below.

"All America lies at the end of the wilderness road, and our past is not a dead past, but still lives in us. Our forefathers had civilization inside themselves, the wild outside. We live in the civilization they created, but within us the wilderness still lingers. What they dreamed, we live, and what they lived, we dream." - T.K. Whipple

"And no man knew better how to make the best of a crisis, nor could any carry the most awful terror in one hand and the olive branch in the other, more successfully than he could. Few men better understood the secret spring of the human heart." - Wm Martin

"Martin's Fort was on Martin's Creek. The fort was located on the north side of the creek. There were some five or six cabins; these built some 20 feet apart with strong stockades between. In these stockades there were port holes. The station contained about half an acre of ground. The shape was a parallelogram. There were two fine springs near the station on its north side." - John Redd