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The Last Palmetto In Charleston

View of Post Office (Now “Old Exchange Building”), East Bay Street, Charleston, 1865, showing the last palmetto left in the city after the bombardment 

“Any one who is not satisfied with war should go to Charleston,” General William Sherman said, “and he will pray louder and deeper than ever that, the country, in its long future be spared any more war.” 

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