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Re: Hunley / Charleston Area

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  • hartshje@aol.com
    Hello Everyone, Just returned from vacation to N.C., S.C., Fla & Georgia. I was SO looking forward to seeing the Hunley. But alas, tours are now being
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 31, 2001
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      Hello Everyone,

      Just returned from vacation to N.C., S.C., Fla & Georgia. I was SO
      looking forward to seeing the Hunley. But alas, tours are now being
      limited to weekends, and I was in Charleston on a Tues & Wed.

      However, I did get to take in Forts Sumter, Moultrie, Johnson,
      and "The Battery". Patriots Point was great also (WWII ships
      including a submarine and the Yorktown, which was awesome.

      Well, it looks like I have a lot of catching up to do. The thread
      on Halleck looks very interesting.

      Best to all,
      Joe H.
    • carlw4514@yahoo.com
      Not too long ago I was studying up on Charleston CW stuff, as you may know, but refresh my memory: the battery was what again? carl
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 2, 2001
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        Not too long ago I was studying up on Charleston CW stuff, as you may
        know, but refresh my memory: "the battery" was what again?
        carl
        --- In civilwarwest@y..., hartshje@a... wrote:
        > Hello Everyone,
        >
        > Just returned from vacation to N.C., S.C., Fla & Georgia. I was SO
        > looking forward to seeing the Hunley. But alas, tours are now being
        > limited to weekends, and I was in Charleston on a Tues & Wed.
        >
        > However, I did get to take in Forts Sumter, Moultrie, Johnson,
        > and "The Battery". Patriots Point was great also (WWII ships
        > including a submarine and the Yorktown, which was awesome.
        >
        > Well, it looks like I have a lot of catching up to do. The thread
        > on Halleck looks very interesting.
        >
        > Best to all,
        > Joe H.
      • jaaah@tbcnet.com
        The battery is the walk along the Charleston water-line (near the very nicest homes), a mile across the water from it is Ft. Sumter. It was called the battery
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 2, 2001
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          The battery is the walk along the Charleston water-line (near the very nicest homes), a mile across the water from it is Ft. Sumter. It was called the battery first in 1812 when it was covered with cannon by the Americans to keep out the British (who took Charleston in the battle of Fort Moultrie). I was born at a hospital on the battery and lived in the St. Phillips Rectory for the first quarter of my life.

          Addison


          > ** Original Subject: RE: [civilwarwest] Re: Hunley / Charleston Area
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          > ** Original Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 15:09:37 -0600

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          > Not too long ago I was studying up on Charleston CW stuff, as you may <BR>
          > know, but refresh my memory: "the battery" was what again?<BR>
          > carl<BR>
          > --- In civilwarwest@y..., hartshje@a... wrote:<BR>
          > > Hello Everyone, <BR>
          > > <BR>
          > >  Just returned from vacation to N.C., S.C., Fla & Georgia.  I was SO<BR>
          > > looking forward to seeing the Hunley.  But alas, tours are now being <BR>
          > > limited to weekends, and I was in Charleston on a Tues & Wed.<BR>
          > > <BR>
          > >  However, I did get to take in Forts Sumter, Moultrie, Johnson, <BR>
          > > and "The Battery".  Patriots Point was great also (WWII ships <BR>
          > > including a submarine and the Yorktown, which was awesome.<BR>
          > > <BR>
          > >  Well, it looks like I have a lot of catching up to do.  The thread <BR>
          > > on Halleck looks very interesting.<BR>
          > > <BR>
          > > Best to all,<BR>
          > >  Joe H.<BR>
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