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The Kiehl Family, Very First Residents on Officers' Row
Ambrose Kiehl, of Port Townsend, was the principal engineer in curating the site for the Fort and also happened to be its first resident. Kiehl, along with his wife and children first moved to the site to live in a seemingly ramshackle “shack” after being hired by the Army in 1896 to supervise the development and clearing of the land for Fort Lawton.