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The Coastal South Carolina Chapter will re-establish itself as a Best Chapter in AUSA and serve as the voice for the Total Army (Active, National Guard, and Reserve) by providing relevant programs and support for the Soldiers, Cadets, DA Civilians, Retirees, Veterans, Army Families, and Community Partners in the South Carolina Lowcountry.

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2033 Gammon St
Charleston, SC 29414
United States
908-380-2539
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In 2011 the Edmondston Alston House did a Special Exhibit titled: “The Races! The Races! Charleston’s Gala Race Week”, this article is based on that exhibit and some additional information.

The Battle of Rantowles Bridge occurred during the British siege of Charleston in 1780. Before a discussion of the battle, we need to review LTC Washington and the Siege of Charleston.

William A Washington:

Charleston Military History Ft. Johnson

No traces now exist of the original Fort Johnson which stood at Windmill Point on James Island. Fort Johnson was designed and built in 1708 by Huguenot refugees to protect the English colony of South Carolina from attack by Spanish and French forces. It was named after the Proprietary Governor of the Carolinas, Sir Nathaniel Johnson. A second fort was built in 1759 and portions of its "tabby" walls, made from sea shells, are still visible today. The fort played a role during the Stamp Act crisis.

Ed Gallasso’s Chapter Leader Training

 “ There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer”

                                                                         -  LTC Jimmy Doolittle

 

Those sentiments were prominently on display at this years CLDT at AUSA National of which I had the pleasure of attending.

Society of Cincinnati

Major General Henry Knox developed the idea of the Society of the Cincinnati. The first meeting of the Society was held in May 1783 at a dinner in Newburgh, New York.

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