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        Civil War Battles: Charleston and South Carolina | Ken Burns: The Civil War

        Explore images taken from battlefields in South Carolina during the Civil War. The first shots of the Civil War were fired in Charleston Harbor at Fort Sumter in 1861. Many battles took place in South Carolina during the war, but Charleston especially suffered when the invading army of Union commander General William T. Sherman marched through on its way to the sea.

        View From The Roof Of The Mills House | Ken Burns: The Civil War

        View from the roof of the Mills House, looking up Meeting Street in Charleston, S.C.

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        View of Ruined Buildings, Charleston, S.C. | Ken Burns: The Civil War

        An image of the view of ruined buidings through the porch of the Circular Church in Charleston, S.C.

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        Ruins Of The North Eastern Railroad Depot | Ken Burns: The Civil War

        Ruins of the North Eastern Railroad Depot, Charleston, S.C.

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        Columbia In Ruins, 1865 | Ken Burns: The Civil War

        Sherman's army laid waste to much of the state where the rebellion began and reached its capital, Columbia (pictured here), in less than a month from January 17, 1865. Source: George N. Barnard in Nature.

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        Camera Of Sam A. Cooley, 1860-1865 | Ken Burns: The Civil War

        Sam A. Cooley, a photographer, accompanied federal troops with his camera and wagons to the South Carolina coast. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

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