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    Tybe Island, Georgia

In 1862 the Federal Navy pushed a bunch of iron, seacoast, barbette carriages off their barges into the surf not too far from this spot. They were some of the siege battery supplies needed by area commander, Quincy Gilmore, for his investment of Fort Pulaski on nearby Cockspur Island. This fort had been seized by Confederate forces immediately, at the start of the war, as it was in a very strategic location, being at the mouth of the Savannah River.


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