Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Swamp Angel” in chapter 1.43, section c.1.43.165, page 371 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.: portion of Charleston, to prevent that part of it from being destroyed by the heavy seige guns in Gregg and Wagner, that were firing on Charleston night and day, having a powerful auxiliary in the Swamp Angel , the nearest gun to Charleston. At the expiration of forty-five days, the prisoners placed under fire, were removed and put on board a steamer and sent to Fort Pulaski. Here the retaliation was c...
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