Today, historical markers located on both the northern tip of Sullivan’s Island and on Charleston Boulevard on the southern tip of Isle of Palms indicate the fierce stand off between both American and British forces. Breach Inlet is much narrower today than it was in June 1776 as several maps indicate a wider inlet of shallow sandbars protecting a gulf channel of seven or eight feet, the very one that prevented General Clinton from simply wading his forces across to meet Thomson.
Breach Inlet: What's Nearby
Sullivan's Island, South Carolina | June 28, 1776
Result: American Victory