Civil War Tour of Charleston

Civil War Tour of Charleston

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In 1861, Charleston, South Carolina, was the focal point of war between the United and Confederate States; to Southerners, Charleston was a symbol of freedom; to Northerners, it represented rebellion. Revisit one of our nation's greatest conflicts through this tour guide. Explore the cemeteries and gaze at the homes of blockade runners and Confederate soldiers. Visit the site where the Hunley passed before sinking the Housatonic. Walk the battlefield of James Island, tour Civil War era plantations, and climb the walls of the harbor's fortifications.show more

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 210.82 x 276.86 x 15.24mm | 544.31g
  • Schiffer Publishing Ltd
  • Atglen, United States
  • English
  • 153 color and 46 b/w images
  • 076433476X
  • 9780764334764

About David D'Arcy

David D'Arcy's passion for the Civil War has been a life-long interest. This is his third book. Ben Mammina, photographer, owns an advertising and marketing firm in Savannah, Georgia.show more

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