A Spanish expedition to squash Fort Frederica was defeated by the English and their Native American allies, some distance from the fort, in 1742. And, thinking that this was an Indian structure, I was about to wonder why any Indians would have fought for any Europeans in any case, but then I read that sign for the first time: This is a reproduction of a British soldiers' hut! Apparently there was only room for very few in the barracks, and the majority of soldiers stationed at Fort Frederica lived in these things. Having just been feasted upon by biting flies myself, I quite literally felt their pain.

That sign is the entertainingly-titled Hut Sweet Hut, and nearby is another sign, Military Road.