The Civil War in South Carolina
|To this end it came!|
|The Shot First Fired.|
|The South Carolina Coast|
|The Confederate Submarine Hunley (We were the best!)|
|The Begining of the End (new map of Georgia)|
|Sherman's Destruction in South Carolina|
|Reconstruction (further destruction!)|
|The House That Got Away! (I bet this was one you did not know about!)|
|Property Seizures and Losses|
|Civil War Queries|
|SC prisoners held at Hart's Island, NY, 1865 (off site)|
|U.S. National Archives CSA records||CSS Hunley Crew Members|
|The SC Information Highway||South Carolina Department of Archives & History CSA Records|
|17th Infantry Co. A, SC Volunteers (CSA)||off site|
Swell the chest.
Beat the drum.
Sorrows many. (Haiku)
|Genweb South Carolina Home Page|
|Sources and on-line resources (Including full text of Uncle Tom's Cabin in HTML).|
|Return to Genweb South Carolina|
There are excellent descriptions of many military actions on the Civil War @ Charleston web site. Would you submit a section for this web site, or rewrite what is here? If you have comments, suggestions, errors, ambiguities, etc. please contact the Webmeister. All suggestions are welcome.
Please send digitized, referenced, lists of Civil War battle participants for inclusion on this South Carolina resource web page.
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What is a (horrors!) "Yhankee" doing running a South Carolina Civil War web site?
Last update: 7 December 2013 (I always forget to update this!)
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