Seaside Plantation Drive
Charleston, SC 29412
Battery 5, a Confederate earthwork constructed in 1863 under the direction of Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, commander of the Departments of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, was the eastern terminus of the James Island Siege Line. Intended to anchor the Confederate defenses of James Island and overlooking Seaside Creek and the Secessionville peninsula, this battery is an excellent intact example of a Civil War earthwork.
Charleston, South Carolina | An 18th century plantation, owned by generations of the Drayton family.
The H.L. Hunley Project and Submarine Tours
North Charleston, South Carolina | On weekends, visitors can tour the H.L. Hunley and learn about the fascinating discoveries the wreckage has yielded...
Sullivan's Island, South Carolina | Fort Moultrie's history covers more that 220 years of seacoast defense, from the first decisive victory in the...
Beaufort National Cemetery
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