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This photo was taken in April, 1965 by George Barnard and shows two men amidst the ruins of Charleston, South Carolina. The Mills House is visible in the background.

This photo was taken in April, 1965 by George Barnard and shows two men amidst the ruins of Charleston, South Carolina. The Mills House is visible in the background.

This picture was taken in Charleston, South Carolina at the close of the Civil War (1865). The house pictured is the O'Connor House

This picture was taken in Charleston, South Carolina at the close of the Civil War (1865). The house pictured is the O'Connor House

Charleston, South Carolina. Ruins.  And this girl LOVES Charleston....at heart I am Southern, despite being stuck in Ohio.

Charleston, South Carolina. Ruins. And this girl LOVES Charleston....at heart I am Southern, despite being stuck in Ohio.

Perhaps the most dramatic of the war’s first photographic views is this study of armed Confederate soldiers and top-hatted civilians celebrating the South’s victory by draping themselves over the huge pivot guns that Confederate Brigadier General Pierre G. T. Beauregard had silenced at Fort Sumter. ~  Attributed to Alma A. Pelot  (American, active Charleston, South Carolina, 1850s–1860s)

Perhaps the most dramatic of the war’s first photographic views is this study of armed Confederate soldiers and top-hatted civilians celebrating the South’s victory by draping themselves over the huge pivot guns that Confederate Brigadier General Pierre G. T. Beauregard had silenced at Fort Sumter. ~ Attributed to Alma A. Pelot (American, active Charleston, South Carolina, 1850s–1860s)

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