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A greyhound caught — wreck of the blockade-runner colt
The wreck of this blockade-runner, the Colt, lies off Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, in 1865.
The coast of the Carolinas, before the war was over, was strewn with just such sights as this.
The bones of former greyhounds became landmarks by's command was brief but full of stirring events and brilliant deeds.
The Confederacy, though tottering, was fighting tenaciously.
Brave old Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor was still unsurrendered, and the land forces of the South held a few strong positions on the Atlantic coast, but the navy and the army of the United States, hn's Bluff.
The following year, under Commander A. C. Rhind, she was with the fleet of Rear-Admiral Dahlgren, which captured Fort Wagner on Morris Island in Charleston Harbor, July 18th.
Of her seven guns, two were 50-pounder rifles and one a 100-pounder, which made her a very efficient blockader.
The trim little gunboat Marbleh