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    Artillery on Sullivan's Island - Here for your consideration is an old picture of Sullivan's Island, S.C. Lieutenant Comdr. Edward Barrett and Lieutenant Cornelius N. Schoonmaker of the U.S. monitor Catskill at Battery Bee, Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor. It was created in 1865. The photograph presents Photographs of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy -- the Federal Navy, 1861-1865.

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