Monument to a man who served on Hilton Head Island during the Civil War 150 years ago will soon find its way back to Union Cemetery Road.
Monument to a man who served on Hilton Head Island during the Civil War 150 years ago will soon find its way back to Union Cemetery Road.
Monument to a man who served on Hilton Head Island during the Civil War 150 years ago will soon find its way back to Union Cemetery Road.

Monument's chiseled words tell Lowcountry Civil War story

November 05, 2011 09:13 PM

UPDATED November 06, 2011 12:07 AM

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