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10 Aug 2000
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your site captured the eeriness of the night of the sinking. I felt as if I was reliving a moment in history.

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11 Aug 2000
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Not only do I finally feel as if I really am a part of Charleston, but a part of history. That newspaper has been put away for our great-grand children's schooling. What a treasure! Thanks Courier.

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12 Aug 2000
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Man...It sure was nice to visit your site...keep up the good stuff.

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12 Aug 2000
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Enjoyed the visit

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12 Aug 2000
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Heh..Your site is great...thanks...will be back later

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13 Aug 2000
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Being a submarine enthusiast I finally watched the recent movie "The Hunley" which showed the link to your site. Thanks to all those who worked hard to make this site possible. As the Wright brothers' plane to modern aviation so was the Hunley to modern submarine warfare. The brave men who gave their lives should be forever respected in the pages of American history for their sacrifice, determination and dedication.

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13 Aug 2000
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MANKIND IS FINALLY DOING SOMETHING TO PRESERVE OUR HISTORY

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17 Aug 2000
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i am interested in civil war artifacts and things of this nature.

 

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18 Aug 2000
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We think it was great....How lucky it is to live in Charleston....One of our favorite towns.

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18 Aug 2000
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John E. Quessenberry Reenactor in Ca. Thank You ! for the information !

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19 Aug 2000
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22:42:03
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I think it is really awesome what you are doing however, what is the purpose of your mission?

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20 Aug 2000
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I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE INVOLVED WITH THIS HISTORIC EVENT!A JOB WELL DONE AS PLANNED. I AM SURE AS TIME GOES ON AND INFORMATION UNFOLDS THE PUBLIC WILL BECOME MORE INTRESTED.AT LAST THESE HEROS WILL REST IN PEACE..I LOOK FOWARD TO THE INFO. THAT WILL BE FOUND IN THE DAYS TO COME.AGAIN THANX FOR THIS WEB PAGE AND GOOD LUCK IN THE RESEARCH..

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25 Aug 2000
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From Vancouver B.C. Canada. Watched the movie and saw the link to the site. Checked in occassionally to follow your progress. Local paper had photo and story of the lift! Being a student of military history, I apprieciate your honouring of a truly special vessel and her crew. I hope you film as a documentary the restoration of the Hunley and the rescue of her lost crew. A fitting end to the story.

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25 Aug 2000
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I've enjoyed what I've seen of your site... great sound and visual effects... but my main reason for visiting is to find out more about the Hunley. I've been fascinated since seeing a recent movie on television. I look forward to seeing more photos of the great ship, now that it has been raised. Walter Stormont, Bakersfield, California

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26 Aug 2000
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Your Site Sucks

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26 Aug 2000
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Your Site Sucks NOT! It's awsum

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27 Aug 2000
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10:08:47
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AS A CIVIL WAR BUFF AND READER OF MANY BOOKS CONCERNING THE WAR, I HAVE FOUND THIS SITE A WONDEFUL ADDITION TO MY ALREADY LARGE COLLECTION OF MY INTERNET DATABASE. I'LL BE BACK FOR UPDATES AND TRULY INJOYED MY TIME HERE!!!......DR. BILL

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27 Aug 2000
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WE ARE REALLY INTERSTED IN ALL INFORMATION ON THE HUNLEY . WE WERE THERE WHEN THEY RAISED THE HUNLEY AND WE TRIED TO CAPTURE IT ON FILM BUT ALL OUR PICTURE WERE LOST WHEN OUR BOAT TOOK ON WATER AND OUR FILM GOT WET. IF YOU KNOW ANY WAY TO GET SOME FOOTAGE IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANKS. GEORGE AND JOAN HILL E-MAIL hill1985@msn.com

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27 Aug 2000
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i think it is great what has been done, by raising the hunley. history is fasinating and being able to find a piece of history, and 1 day being able to display it to the people is a great thing. i myself will be there the day it is put on display. again to everyone involved in this great adventure. thanks very much frank rust cowboyup1542@hotmail.com

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28 Aug 2000
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Being a yank in the south had few pleasures. One was befriending a civil war buff. Not military, but a merchant marine, the sea is a mystery in her self. Keep up the info as I need to find out who these men were. Rebel or yank, these men knew what they were getting into, and still voluntered. Follow these men in this site and you have a new frequent visitor. Mitch, Hartford, Wi.

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29 Aug 2000
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This is truly a great web site! Thank you for preserving a piece of one of the most exciting times in American history!

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30 Aug 2000
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It really enlightens me to see this site. It seems that the bravery and the glory of the Confederate soldiers isn't really remembered anymore. Because of the Confederate Flags being taken off of southern captitol buildings. These flags that were flying so gracefully, held the spirit and glory of every confederate soldier. And after watching the movie and then looking at this site. It seems that it brought some of that spirit back. Please keep up the great work of preserving our history and the determination of the Souths will to win. Thank You

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04 Sep 2000
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I AM A CIVIL WAR BUFF, AND FOLLOWING THE STORY OF THE HUNLEY HAS BEEN VERY INTERESTING. IT WILL BE OF GREAT INTEREST TO ME TO SEE WHAT IS FOUND INSIDE THE SUB ONCE ENTRY IS MADE. I HOPE, ONE DAY TO SEE IT ALL FIRST HAND.... KEEP US POSTED..

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06 Sep 2000
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Very informative, and emotional. Glad she is up now and hope to visit her whenever possible.

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07 Sep 2000
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Enjoyed info! Don't forget--the Hunley was built down here in Mobile, Alabama! It should be returned here instead of Charleston.

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10 Sep 2000
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hoy vimos la extraordinaria película sobre el hunley en el canal de tnt y nos gusto muchisimo ahora también nos gustaría firmar su libro y si pueden ustedes enviarnos un e-mail a mac007@latinmail.com

muchas gracias y un saludo desde bogotá - colombia

martha y mauricio arango regards to all of you this link its beautyfull byby

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11 Sep 2000
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The Hunley being raised is one of the most exciting things, of historic significance, that America has had the honor to share with the world. The accomplishment is astounding. All the persons involved should feel proud.

Karen Stauffer Houston, TX

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11 Sep 2000
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Greetings from Calgary, Alberta, Canada I too, watched the movie and became interested in finding out more. I would like to encourage more people to visit this site and perhaps learn some history they never knew even existed. At last, the long lost but not forgotten Hunley and her brave crew surface once more to receive the honour and thanks it was deserving of over one hundred and thirty years ago.

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14 Sep 2000
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THIS IS A INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY , ONE THAT I HAVE BECOME OBSESSED WITH, I VISIT THIS SITE ON A REGULAR BASIS JUST TO KEEP UP WITH THE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT , I THINK I HAVE WATCHED THE MOVIE 10 TIMES!!!! THE COURAGE OF THESE MEN IS INCREDIBLE

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15 Sep 2000
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I saw the observation area while it was posted and found it extremely fascinating to be able to glimpse what your professionals and professors are seeing. Thanks for that opportunity; I also saw the "movie" activity and found it's exciting and intellectually thrilling to be able to see it first hand at some point in the near future (we hope!).

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16 Sep 2000
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Hola desde España: Me gusto la pelicula Then hunley y creo que la historia y la pelicula son de obligada enseñanza en la guerra submarina. Saludo Santi

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17 Sep 2000
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I would like to see up date pictures of the HL Hunley.On this site thank you.JLUNKER 53.aol

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19 Sep 2000
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14:20:14
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great sight i will keep checking in

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19 Sep 2000
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17:20:54
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I commend you on the variety and depth of the subject and how you present your material on the Hunley--very nice. I can fathom it! LOL!

All my best in your developing this wonderful website.

Diane

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19 Sep 2000
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I'm always interested in historical discoveries. Loved the recent TNT movie about the Hunley. Hope to someday visit Charleston and view the submarine as well as artifacts recovered.

Please keep the world notified as to accessibility, not only through this website, but through press announcements.

Great site -- Keep up the good work!

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20 Sep 2000
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21:43:08
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Great Site. I have it on my bookmark!!!

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24 Sep 2000
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22:16:46
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I just recently saw the movie "The Hunley" and I was extremely surprised. I had never heard anything about this before. I found it very interesting.

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27 Sep 2000
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08:41:19
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GOOD JOB, KEEP US [THE PUBLIC] INFORMED, THANKS

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29 Sep 2000
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20:48:51
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Just wondering if there is any truth to the information I heard about the original finder of The Hunley? So much attention is being given to Mr Cussler,when he was simply a means to allow divers to search for what had already been discovered several years before. Mr Cussler wasn't directly involved in the diving, but was following a lead from Doctor who had already found The Hunley. Though his name escapes me,I believe you should include this person, and give him the recognition he deserves. What can you tell me about this man? Sincerely Sandra Volkmer

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01 Oct 2000
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My memory has been refreshed. The gentleman I referred to in my previous note is; Dr. Lee Spence. Do you have any information on this man?

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01 Oct 2000
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Wtoday we saw the extraordinary film on the hunley in the TNT channel and we like muchisimo now also would like us to sign their book and if you can send an email to us to mac007@latinmail.com thank you very much and a greeting from Bogota - Colombia **************************************************** After reading your Guest Book, I was curious to know the interpretation of the letter you recieved from Columbia. Above, is the translation. of the note from your latin american friend.compliments of a very special site I book marked.SKV

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10 Oct 2000
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the repeating sounds are cute, but annoying as hell.

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11 Oct 2000
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21:37:46
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I THINK THIS SITE IS VERY INTERESTING.ALTHOUGH I WAS VERY DISAPOINTED WITH THE PICTURES. I WAS WANTING TO SEE PICTURES OF THE HUNLEY NOT THE COASTGAURD.

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14 Oct 2000
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Thanks for the wonderful education. I'm a Clive Cussler fan & his interest sparked my interest in the Hunley. Keep up the good work.

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16 Oct 2000
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I saw the movie in The Netherlands and was fascinated by the historie of The Hunley. As a regular guest of the USA I went to Charleston, two days before the raising of the Hunley, looking for the replica in front of the museum to try to see and feel what the crews had gone through. Walking around the hunley I hit my head against the torpedo. I survived. Unfortunately I could not stay for the raising of the hunley and therefore I was very happy to find the wonderfull site with the whole story of it. It must be great to live in Charleston. I will return. Bram de Vink (a.devink@home.nl), Roden, The Netherlands.

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16 Oct 2000
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Enjoyed what I could make out of the pictures of the Hunley. I used to live and work in Charleston in 1943-44.Plan to be in Charleston on Thaksgiving 2000. Hope to see the Hunley at that time. James C Evans Fayetteville, NC

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18 Oct 2000
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A great, great piece of American history. One of the greatest discoveries of all time. Updated timeline photos of the conservation and ongoing expolration would be very moving.

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22 Oct 2000
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I'm glad the raising of the Hunley has happen during my lifetime. I have seen and touched the model at the museum many times. My husband, Ed, has taught me much history the last 15 years we've been married. His favorite is anything regarding The War Between the States. He has taken me all over the U.S. looking at battlefields and museums.

Thank you for your site! It is excellent!

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27 Oct 2000
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A Canadian I am and I love history. I am so pleased that you have finally pulled the Hunley out of the water. I do hope that you will be able to restore the machine that the boys went out in. You guys should have ball hats and stickers! The men were "hard cases" You should be proud of them.

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27 Oct 2000
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Sir,I am impressed with this site!Some of us will never get there in person,and this is the next best thing to being there. Thanks so very much for sharing !! Myra Moody_ Greenwood S.C.

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28 Oct 2000
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GREAT SITE YOU REALLY DESCRIBE THE LAST NIGHT WELL THANKS

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03 Nov 2000
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Great job on this website.The Hunley saga is very facinating and I can't wait for the excavation of the interior to begin. Gary Carl

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26 Nov 2000
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We just watched The Hunley movie again and were anxious to learn more about it and the developments since it has been raised. Really enjoyed your site and information. Will check back later. Will pass your site on to our son, a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He can use this info along with the other has collected for his college paper. His interest in the Civil War has increased our awareness and appreciation of the sacrifices our ancestors made in that war. May those who died the The Hunley rest in peace.

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08 Dec 2000
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Looking forward to when information concerning the burial of the crew is posted. I will not miss that for anything, I will come from South Texas to pay my repects and honor the last crew

Anthony Johnson 1st Lt Commander South Texas Brigade SCV

Will put you on the mailing list and let you no as soon as possible.  Check out the new articles.

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14 Dec 2000
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i love this web site i'll be back alot more. i love stories of the civil war and this one just intrigued me,and i can't wait to read about the things inside. wish i was there to see.

Thank you ........... come back often...I update almost everyday, so don't forget to refresh.   I do this on my own time and for donations only. So any help would not be forgotten.

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14 Dec 2000
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I would like to see more pictures of the ship, inside and out.

They are on the way as they come available. Thank you ........... come back often...I update almost everyday, so don't forget to refresh.    I do this on my own time and for donations only. So any help would not be forgotten.

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15 Dec 2000
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Please keep up the good work and I will be visiting the site often to find out what the latest information is on the CSS Hunley. Thanks for your hard work.

Thank you ........... come back often...I update almost everyday, so don't forget to refresh.   I do this on my own time and for donations only. So any help whether money or time would not be forgotten.

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17 Dec 2000
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This site is incredible. I plan to take my 14 year old daughter and a friend to tour the Hunley during December. Thanks for sharing the photos!

Your very welcome...anything I can do to make your visit more pleasant let me know.

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22 Dec 2000
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Hi there it was a nice and interesting site to read. I like very much and I am interested in the American Civil War and I was read about this submarine for some days ago in a magazin. It was very intersting to know about Hunley. Still that I live in the south of Sweden are my interest for the Civil war great. I have even been to USA and alos visit Chickamouga in Gerogia. Hope to come back both on this site and to USA and visit more places Thanks for the look on your site Wish you good luck and and also a merry Christmas Jan :-)

Thank you ........... come back often...I update almost everyday, so don't forget to refresh.   I do this on my own time and for donations only. So any help would not be forgotten. Always look forward to nice people visiting site and Charleston.

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30 Dec 2000
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Nice site, one thing that I am a little dissapointed about it the lack of good photos. I read about everyone saying how sleek it is and have yet to find any really clear photos. Most of my information on what the sub looks like comes from drawings and paintings made over 100 years ago. Why are there some close up photos? -Phil

There is more on the way...but they are so restrictive on taking pictures. Like it's top secret and we are going to restore it and send it out against the Chinese

                           

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