I'm reading Howard Swiggett's War Out of Niagara, about the infamous Tory leaders John and Walter Butler, and in several quoted letters a "Fort Handiver" is mentioned. If this is a less-used alternate name of a New York fort during the Revolution, it is impossible from the context to figure out what the better known name is. A Google search of "Fort Handiver/Ft Handiver" turns up nothing. Does anyone have any info on this fort? By the way, they just don't make books like War Out of Niagara (1933) anymore. With its reams of contemporary correspondence, usually quoted in full and accompanied by the author's opinionated interpretation (Swiggett is the Butlers' advocate), it much more resembles a blog than a popular historical narrative. It's certainly worth reading, though, just slow going.