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Fort Moultrie To Observe The Battle Of Sullivan’s Island

Fort Sumter National Monument will mark the 241st anniversary of the Battle of Sullivan’s Island with special programs on Saturday, June 24. The fort will be open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., and park entrance fees will be waived for the day. Visitors of all ages will explore the...

Sullivan’s Island Historic District

The Sullivan’s Island Historic District is located in the central-western portion of Sullivan’s Island. The area represents what had historically been the core residential and administrative areas of Fort Moultrie. The period of significance for the district extends...

How Sullivan’s Island Got Its Name

The island receives it’s namesake from Captain Florence O’Sullivan who was charged by the government of Carolina to protect the city by placing a gun in the best place possible for such a task. Because of its location in relation to the Charleston harbor, Sullivan’s...

Fourth of July Happenings

UPDATE: The Fourth is just around the corner! Here are some 2014 events slated for the Fourth of July in Charleston: Patriots Point 4th of July Blast City of North Charleston’s 4th of July Festival Summerville 4th of July Celebration Isle of Palms 4th of July...

General William Moultrie Honored

Today marks the 231st anniversary of the Battle of Fort Sullivan which is celebrated as Carolina Day. On June 28, 1776, Charlestonians got word that the British were coming. They hastily constructed a fort out of palmetto logs and before they could complete the fort,...

Sharks Migrate to SC in the Fall

According to StarNewsOnline.com: “Fall’s cooler temperatures tend to get swimmers out of the waters off South Carolina’s coast. That’s probably just as well since that’s when sharks start migrating south and fill the state’s waters....
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