Fort Tompkins (Sackets Harbor, New York)
|Built by||New York Army National Guard|
|Battles/wars||War of 1812|
|Events||Named for Governor Daniel D. Tompkins|
Fort Tompkins (1812–1815) was a redoubt at Sackets Harbor, New York. A minor redoubt in a fortified line of four such "forts" (Kentucky, Virginia, Chauncey, Stark) anchored at Fort Pike (later Madison Barracks) on the bay, protecting the land side of Sackets Harbor.