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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)
fraud), need have any qualms of conscience on that subject. Upon their arrival in Charleston, the men were embarked on a steamboat at a point near the Northeastern Railroad depot, and were landed at Fort Johnson on James Island. On the 7th of September I wrote a letter, from which I extract the following: I arrived here safely, after a very fatiguing journey, on the day that I left home. We are in the old barracks, prepared here for the accommodation of the United States soldiers, ahree rockets were sent up, which was the pre-arranged signal for opening fire. I went to the quarters of Colonel R. F. Graham, of the Twenty-first South Carolina volunters, near Fort Johnson, where I was entertained till the next morning. September 7th, Monday.—Returned to camp and, when all of the detachments of the regiment had arrived, found that the killed, wounded and missing footed up one hundred and thirty-two, nearly one-fourth of the number taken to Fort Wagner. Besides six of the