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Federal engineers dismantling an 8-inch Columbiad cannon at Fort McAllister, Savannah, Georgia; December 1864.

Carrying the Mail from Blalock to Rabun Gap -1910 - Blalock was a small community just north of the town of Burton on the Tallulah River. Along the Tallulah River, Blalock, Persimmon, and Quartz were arrayed south to north. There were post offices at Blalock and Quartz, but not Persimmon.This photo shows Dock King carrying the mail on his mule, Ole Jule, through the Blue Ridge Gap to the post office at Rabun Gap.

A March, 1863 photo of the USS Essex. The 1000-ton ironclad river gunboat Photographs of the Civil War Providing a Glimpse of a United States 150 Years Ago

Savannah, Georgia (vicinity). Ground over which Sherman's charged and captured Fort McAllister