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Archives of the University of Notre Dame :: RUINS OF THE PICKNEY MANSION, Charleston SC, 1865

Archives of the University of Notre Dame :: RUINS OF THE PICKNEY MANSION, Charleston SC, 1865

Archives of the University of Notre Dame :: RUINS OF THE CIRCULAR CHURCH, ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH, AND SECESSION HALL FROM KING'S STREET, Charleston SC, 1865

Archives of the University of Notre Dame :: RUINS OF THE CIRCULAR CHURCH, ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH, AND SECESSION HALL FROM KING'S STREET, Charleston SC, 1865

Rebels abandoned Charleston February 18, 1865 Rebels abandoned Charleston. First Union troops to enter the city included Twenty-first U.S.C.T., followed by two companies of the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteers.

Rebels abandoned Charleston February 18, 1865 Rebels abandoned Charleston. First Union troops to enter the city included Twenty-first U.S.C.T., followed by two companies of the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteers.

28 South Battery Street, Charleston SC - Trulia  Built by well known civil war photographer, George C. Cook, between 1860-1862, 28 South Battery is located on one of Charleston's most highly coveted streets in South of Broad, sitting directly across the street from renown White Point Gardens

28 South Battery Street, Charleston SC - Trulia Built by well known civil war photographer, George C. Cook, between 1860-1862, 28 South Battery is located on one of Charleston's most highly coveted streets in South of Broad, sitting directly across the street from renown White Point Gardens

picture of Charleston, S.C.  View of ruined buildings through porch of the Circular Church (150 Meeting Street).  It was created in 1865.

picture of Charleston, S.C. View of ruined buildings through porch of the Circular Church (150 Meeting Street). It was created in 1865.

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