The barracks was not completed until after the war. The commissary is reconstructed from original materials, and the breastworks are a total fabrication of the WPA. The 6th Infantry, post-war, leveled the breastworks for road building material. A circa 1890 photo in the University of Tulsa library showing the post-war QM storehouse confirms that there were no remnants of Fort Blunt. The magazine, reconstructed commissary and the surviving half of the barracks are about all that remain of the Civil War post. The reconstructed bakery and dwellings in private hands date mostly to the 1867-1868 rebuild of the fort. One building, standing from 1845 to about 1905, was a schoolhouse chapel, mistakenly attributed to being where Henry M. Stanley was said to have taught (totally, wrong, but a nice tale, nonetheless). The adjutant's office and chapel (later, blacksmith shop), are also of the 1867-1868 era.