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Defending South Carolina : The Civil War from Georgetown to Little River
by Rick Simmons




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The coast of South Carolina was a hotspot for the Civil War since its beginning. Some of the stories have not been told until now.


In Defending South Carolina's Coast: The Civil War from Georgetown to Little River, area native Rick Simmons relates the often overlooked stories of the upper South Carolina coast during the Civil War. As a base of operations for more than three thousand troops early in the war and the site of more than a dozen forts, almost every inch of the coast was affected by and hotly contested during the Civil War. From the skirmishes at Fort Randall in Little River and the repeated Union naval bombardments of Murrells Inlet to the unrealized potential of the massive fortifications at Battery White and the sinking of the USS Harvest Moon in Winyah Bay, the region's colorful Civil War history is unfolded here at last.

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Overview

The coast of South Carolina was a hotspot for the Civil War since its beginning. Some of the stories have not been told until now.


In Defending South Carolina's Coast: The Civil War from Georgetown to Little River, area native Rick Simmons relates the often overlooked stories of the upper South Carolina coast during the Civil War. As a base of operations for more than three thousand troops early in the war and the site of more than a dozen forts, almost every inch of the coast was affected by and hotly contested during the Civil War. From the skirmishes at Fort Randall in Little River and the repeated Union naval bombardments of Murrells Inlet to the unrealized potential of the massive fortifications at Battery White and the sinking of the USS Harvest Moon in Winyah Bay, the region's colorful Civil War history is unfolded here at last.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781596297807
  • ISBN-10: 1596297808
  • Publisher: History Press (SC)
  • Publish Date: September 2009
  • Page Count: 188
  • Dimensions: 8.92 x 6.04 x 0.49 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.68 pounds

Series: Civil War Sesquicentennial

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