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Charleston

Established in 1670, Charleston, South Carolina, is city rich with history.  Visitors to the city can walk in the footsteps of heros of the Revolutionary War and Civil War at places like Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter.  Though the city has expanded greatly and some historic sites have been lost, remnants of its various battlefields can still be seen today. 

Charleston: What's Nearby

Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Fort Sumter Battlefield
Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Fort Wagner Battlefield
Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Secessionville Battlefield
Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Fort
Fort Moultrie
Sullivan's Island, SC
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Fort Sumter National Monument
Sullivan's Island, SC
Civil War  |  Fort
Battery 5, James Island New Lines
Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Fort
Fort Lamar Historic Preserve
Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Museum
The H.L. Hunley Project and Submarine Tours
North Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Drayton Hall
Charleston, SC
Rev War  |  Battlefield
Parker's Ferry Battlefield
Parkers Ferry, SC

Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 88 acres at Charleston.

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Related Battles

Charleston, SC | March 29, 1780
Result: British Victory
Estimated Casualties
5,764
American
5,506
British
258