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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
ed to Cole's Island, near the mouth of the Stono river, and there joined the regiment. The trip ft midway of the first island, commanded the Stono river. There was a line of breastworks that ran enemy's war vessels passed the mouth of the Stono river going south. It was not long till it was a the mouth of the Savannah to the mouth of the Stono, and all of the intermediate islands, were nowwas a well constructed work, commanding the Stono river. The armament consisted of five smooth boruitable place, when the enemy's gunboats in Stono river came up as far as Grimball's House and openight in the direction of Grimball's, on the Stono river, and after leaving the road about a quartertablished a line across the island from the Stono River to the causeway below Rivers House. Some qneck of the Secessionville peninsula to the Stono river above Dill's, were completed, and the woodsom the point where the new lines struck the Stono river, and in a field between the road and woods.[5 more...]