Battery Chevis, Mar. 4, 1864

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Battery Chevis, Mar. 4, 1864


"This battery was nearer to the enemy than any of the others, and was very far out. In the distance can be seen Battery Simpkins; Morris Island, and one of the ships belonging to the blockading squadron. All these batteries were manned by the regular artillery."

Conrad Wise Chapman, 1898

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