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In 1822, the South Carolina Legislature passed an "Act to Establish a Competent Force to Act as a Municipal Guard for the Protection of the City of Charleston and its vicinity." The act provided that a suitable building be erected for the deposit of the arms of the State, and a guard house.
Visit the home of “the forgotten founder,” Charles Pinckney, an author and signer of the U. While visiting Charleston, don’t miss seeing the location of the official start of the Civil War.
Fort Sumter, built after the War of 1812, was the site of the opening Civil War battle on April 12, 1861.
His maternal grandfather Thomas Donnelly joined the army at 14 and was a mounted messenger for George Washington.
His great grandfather Peter Donnelly was a Minuteman. Doubleday, fought in the War of 1812, published newspapers and books, and represented Auburn, New York for four years in the United States Congress. He then started working as a surveyor for railroads before going to the Unites States Military Academy at West Point in 1838.