This photo shows 314 Charles Street in 1864 when the structure was used as ordnance headquarters for Federal troops during the Civil War.
This photo shows 314 Charles Street in 1864 when the structure was used as ordnance headquarters for Federal troops during the Civil War. Historic Beaufort Foundation
This photo shows 314 Charles Street in 1864 when the structure was used as ordnance headquarters for Federal troops during the Civil War. Historic Beaufort Foundation

Pre-Civil War-era 'Aunt Sally Jack' house in Beaufort under renovation

October 12, 2012 08:34 PM

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