Charleston, South Carolina, Fort Moultrie, c1890

Fort Moultrie played a significant role in both the American Revolution and the Civil War. Originally named after its location on Sullivan�s Island, Fort Moultrie was renamed for its commanding officer after he successfully fended off a British attack in 1776. Almost a century later, much of the bombardment Union troops faced in nearby Fort Sumter came from Confederate forces in Fort Moultrie.


Charleston, South Carolina, Fort Moultrie, c1890

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