Charleston, South Carolina

1. Don Worth, Webmaster 48th OVVI

2. Richard Edling, Philadelphia, PA
3. Mike Stroud, Bluffton, SC

4. Alan Di Sciullo, Esq., Princeton Junction, NJ

Webmaster for use of the following  photos

Confederate Museum


1. Charleston in the Civil War - Wikipedia
2. Civil War Traveler: Charleston
3. Charleston During the Civil War
4. Charleston Civil War Sesquicentennial Events
5. Battle Summary: Charleston Harbor
6. The Battle of Fort Sumter Summary & Facts
Battery Row
Battery Street
The Battery  2  3
Beauregard HQ
Boone Hall  2
Calhoun Mansion
Calhoun Monument
Castle Pinckney
Confederate Museum   2
Folly Island
Fort Johnson

Fort Moultrie
Fort Moultrie Before Hunley Funeral
Fort Sumter  2  3
George Washington Statue
Hunley Crew Graves
Hunley Crew Memorial
Hunley Replica  2
Hunley Related Sites
James Island
Magnolia Cemetery
Magnolia Plantation  2
Marion Square
Meeting Place
Middleton Place Plantation
Morris Island
Ordinance of Succession  2
Patriots Point Museum  2  3
Simmons House
Sol-Legare Island Battlefield
Succession Hall
Swamp Angel
The Battery
  2  3
Wade Hampton Monument
White Point Gardens  2   3
Photos this page courtesy of Don Worth    

(10-99) Magnolia Cemetery on the northern outskirts of Charleston

(10-99) Monument to the Generals from South Carolina who served in the Civil War. Includes Gen. Barnard Bee (who gave Stonewall Jackson his nickname) and Maxey Gregg



(10-99) Confederate soldiers section of the cemetery, and the soldiers monument (see plaque)

(10-99) Enlarge Soldiers Mon.

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