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01 Jun 2001
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Your site is my site for Hunley info.

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02 Jun 2001
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I stumbled upon your sight accidently, and while it is an informative and well constructed sight, I must say I am against what the Hunley stood for. The crew of the Hunley felt it was neccesary to risk their lives for a racist, unhumane belief system on life. As a young hispanic female who's skin is darker then that of a caucasion I know that if I where alive back then I would have been subject to slavery, even though my hair is of a finer texture than just about every caucasion I know.I'm glad they died, and am horrified that people are glorifying these men as if they where heroes.When in fact they where cowards afraid of change.

Sincerely,Appalled in New York.

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02 Jun 2001
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I am interested in the Hunley and learning more history about the crew that was aboard especially Mr. Dixon. I don't claim any relation to that Mr. Dixon but I am related to Dixons on three sides in my family. My Dad was 51 when I was born and I did not ever know any of my grandparents. I read all that I can concerning the Hunley and its crew. Brave and courageous men who gave their lives for a cause that they believed in and did not live to reap any rewards for their efforts. I look forward to seeing the Hunley when it is unveiled to the public. Sincerely, Rebecca Dixon

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03 Jun 2001
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You stupid people had nothing on the Housatonic. You freakin idiots!! This is the worst site i have ever been to. There is no imformation. It is so stupid and i will never visit it again. Britany Spears is so sexy!! Anne-Marie

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04 Jun 2001
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i think they should make another movie about the hunley. why not. they did for the titanic. only this time at the end of the movie. they should show the sub go down. then have the camera pan the ocean for a few minutes. and show the year 1999 and the divers finding the sub. i think this would put more of a human touch on there story. the southern yankee.

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04 Jun 2001
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The discovery of the Dixon coin in Hunley is the most vivid reminder of the courageous service of America's Confederate forefathers in decades, a fresh reminder of what our people would hazard for freedom.

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05 Jun 2001
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Wonderful web site have enjoyed visiting many times.

I look forward to further info.

Thanks

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08 Jun 2001
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A fitting tribute to a brave crew and their inovative but dangerous vehicle.

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08 Jun 2001
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Fantastic site!

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08 Jun 2001
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Hurray! Gold coin found!!!!!!!!!!! What a treasure! The Hunley web site is great! Thanks for all you do to preserve history. What a brave crew! Surely they deserve the respect of all.

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09 Jun 2001
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This is a great website. I was there a few weeks back with WLTX-TV, the CBS affiliate in Columbia,S.C.and got to see first hand the exciting discoveries that have been made. After seeing all that I couldn't wait to watch the movie"The Hunley". It really hit home for me seeing all the discoveries and then seeing it in the film as well. Can't wait to come back. Will check this web site frequently as well for updates. Thank You, Ed Kelley (Photojournalist)

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12 Jun 2001
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We visited the Lasch Conservation Center on 6/7/01. We were disappointed to learn the camera to the lab area was not working, but a very nice man took my mom, my husband, and myself on an informative tour of what we could see. We hope to return in the near future to actually see the Hunley. We joined as charter members of the Friends of the Hunley and encourage others to join. It is very important that our Southern heritage be preserved for future generations.

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12 Jun 2001
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Very Nice Site, Mister!

I will be back when I have time to study :)

Beckynone

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14 Jun 2001
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what a nice web site, it's better than the friends of the hunley's.

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15 Jun 2001
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Great articles...Keep up the good work!

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15 Jun 2001
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This story is more facinating than the Titanic. These men knew there was a chance they wouldn't make it back and still gave their lives for their cause and their Country's cause. Thank you for sharing this with us. It's wonderful!

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16 Jun 2001
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I find the Hunley to be captivating, to say the least. I can't imagine the courage these men must have had to take on such a venture. I'm so glad it was found and that these brave soldiers have been properly put to rest.

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16 Jun 2001
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Great site!! Keep up the good work. George Presuto Staten Island, New york captain22c@aol

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17 Jun 2001
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An interesting and informative site especially for those of us in the U.K. with an interest in the American Civil War. Keep up the good work.

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17 Jun 2001
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I'd like to know if there will be a Funeral for the Commander and if so what date it will be...I'd like to go to show my respects. Can anyone help me with finding out?

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17 Jun 2001
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You have a fantastic site.Keep up the good work. William David Jones Greenville, S.C.

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17 Jun 2001
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I've been following the excavation of the hunley through your web page and I thank you for the time and effort you have put into it. It is the best active historical web page to come across the internet. Mike from Calif. a civil war enthusist.

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17 Jun 2001
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Hello, I'd like to know if there will be a Funeral for the Commanded and the other men of the Hunley and if so.....when and where....does anyone know or have information to help me find this out....thank you....Jeff....CONFEDR8SON@AOL.COM

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18 Jun 2001
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just think! if te movie the hunley was made after they found the sub.if i could rewrite that movie. i would have told thair story in greator depth.i would went even further to show old charleston the way it looked. and i would have taken a closer look at each mans life at the time. and at the end of the movie. after they sunk that ship and gave the signal with the blue lantern. i would show the hunley sinking. then i would have the camera point down to the spot where the sub sinks showing bubbles comming up from the water.then i would show letters saying 137 years later. raise the camera and show the salvage vessel pulling the hunley from the water. i think that an ending like this would show how human this expearance really was. signed. the southern yankee.

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19 Jun 2001
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I am doing a research paper for one of my classes and this has been an excellent source. Thank you for keeping this up-to-date.

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20 Jun 2001
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This has been a very interesting discovery and I look forward to coming to Charleston to see The Hunley one day soon. I think this web site has been very helpful to me in keeping up with each finding and also the pictures are very clear.

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21 Jun 2001
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GREAT SITE THERE MISTER. REALLY ENJOYED IT AND I ENJOY THE HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR AND WHAT YOU DID HEAR IS GREAT.

FOR ALL THOSE THAT GO TO THE SITE, IF ANY OF YOU NEED COMPUTER ASSISTANCE OR SUPPORT OR ARE LOOKING FOR BRAND NEW COMPUTERS I CAN BE REACHED THROUGH EMAIL AT WALDROPM@YAHOO.COM AND ON THE PHONE AT 715-239-6995

I HAVE BEEN BUILDING COMPUTERS FOR ABOUT 6 YEARS AND HAVE EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE. WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS ARE I AM THE MAN FOR THE JOB. LET ME KNOW MY NAME IS MICHAEL AND I CAN REACHED AT ANY OF THOSE. OR AT GINHUNTER@YAHOO.COM

THANK YOU

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21 Jun 2001
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great site!! i've been following almost daily for sometime and will continue to do so for the best and latest info. thanx

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21 Jun 2001
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I HAVE BEEN FOLLOW ING THIS WEBSITE SINCE THE BEGINNING, THIS IS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! I FIND MYSELF CHECING IN EVERY DAY, YOU REALLY HAVE TO BE IN AWE OF THE COURAGE OF THESE MEN WHO WERE IN THIS SHIP!!!!! ALSO THE INGENUITY OF THE DESIGNER & CRAFTSMEN WHO BUILT IT CHRIS SANDONE-NAZARETH,PA

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21 Jun 2001
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Your web site is very informative. Keep up the great work. I am awed by the obvious courage of the crew of The Hunley. I am honored to have become a charter member of The Friends Of Hunley

JRF--Pennsylvania

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22 Jun 2001
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I am so thrilled the Hunley was finally found and also has been surfaced for the public to see. I think this gives much praise and honor to the Confederate States as well as the men and women who were fighting for States Rights and their homeland, firesides. All of the information discovered or facts that have been proven from the Hunley can only make every Southerner stand tall and smile. I have enjoyed reading and keeping up with all the sites on the Hunley. (I just forget to sign in each time) Thanks for all the info you keep on these sites. This information is shared educationally as well as historically. Thanks. Linda Fritz, President John Hunt Morgan Chapter #2593 UDC

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24 Jun 2001
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I have been a followerer of your web site since April when I saw an article in The Los Angeles Times, and logged in. Since then I have met other Civil War Buffs and have turned them on to your site. I have also started reading some novels of the Civil War (Killer Angels" and "Gods & Generals". I also have some letters from soldiers of the war and I have been researching them for some clues of the Hunley.

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24 Jun 2001
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Hello Again, I was cut short on my last Comment submition and didn't finish....Keep up the good work and I will make more contributions in the future. Good luck, Eugene Cecchini Glendale, Calif awop35@earthlink.net

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24 Jun 2001
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Harold J. Bidigare RM3/C(SS) DISC.5-1946 SS480 Medregal

And I thought we were cramped for space.

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25 Jun 2001
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Looking forward to visiting a part of the family heritage. Louise Ann Hunley

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25 Jun 2001
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I think this website is outstanding. It is more informative, in my opinion, than Hunley.org. You have done an excellent job. I emailed you with a couple of comments and had indicated that I was thinking about donating. I most definitely will. If anyone would like to correspond about the Hunley, I have lots of thoughts and questions. Toni shirk_98@yahoo.com

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29 Jun 2001
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Great Web site...lot's of hard work here and it is obvious. There's a donation on the way.

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02 Jul 2001
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I viste your site often and enjoy the updates. Keep up the good word!

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02 Jul 2001
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My family and I trying to locate research that my late uncle James Dixon had done some years ago on the family link to Lt. George Dixon. Once we able to locate this information, I will certainly return to your site with my findings. There may be other living descendants of the Hunly crew. Connie Dixon Church

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02 Jul 2001
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Web site is great Keep up the good work.

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03 Jul 2001
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Nice job on this site, very interesting, I will keep coming back to look at all the links Thanks

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03 Jul 2001
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I FIND ALL OF THIS SO VERY INTERESTING,AND CAN,T WAIT TO SEE MORE,I,VE BEEN FOLLOWING IT SINCE I HEARD THEY WE,RE LOOKING FOR IT,I WATCHED THE MOVIE WITH AMANDE ASSANTE WHO I BELIEVE PLAYED DIXON,IT WAS DONE WELL,I,D LIKE TO SEE IT AGAIN,ALTHOUGH I,M NOT SURE HOW ACCURATE IT WAS,BUT DONE WELL JUST THE SAME,I,M A HUGE HISTORICAL FAN,SO ANYTHING FROM THE REV.WAR TO WW11 PEEKS MY INTEREST. THANK YOU.

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04 Jul 2001
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Happy July 4th Everyone. Sure Enjoy your site.

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04 Jul 2001
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IN APRIL 2001 WE HAD FRIENDS IN FROM GERMANY AND BROUHT THEM TO THE LAB TO SEE THE HUNLEY. WE WERE ALL AMZED AND EXCITED BY WHAT WE SAW.

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05 Jul 2001
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I was just in Charleston, SC this past weekend(on my honeymoon actually)and one of our Things to Do was to visit the Hunley. I enjoyed my visit and plan on returning soon. It was an honor to be able to see and be a part of history. I have told everyone of the new discovery's, they were amazed. Most were also suprised at the way the Hunley actually sank the Housatonic. They are planning a trip soon also. Thanks for the experience. The guides were most helpful and the exibit was awesome.

God Bless Janet K. Hendrix

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07 Jul 2001
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Love the site. Love the Hunley's compelling story! Edwin Broome

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07 Jul 2001
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Thank you all for your work, that none shall forget the great sacrifice these men made for our history.

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07 Jul 2001
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FOR WARREN LASCH;;;Please pass on to Warren Lasch my personal congratulations for a really great achievement. I was principal of St Joseph High School when he attended, and it is a source of great pride to know that he has performed such great public service. Having had my own problems in recent years with the IRS over taxes for a non-profit housing development corp, I can understand how the yellow journalism in the Other Guy article is a completely unfair characterization. I recently read about Warren in the Cleveland Plain Dealer and was happy to have had some responsibility for your education in the effervescant days of the late 60's. Congratulations to all of the Huntley crew for trusting you,Warren Lasch. Brother Philip T. Aaron, S.M. University of Dayton

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08 Jul 2001
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I really love the web site! It is very educational.

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09 Jul 2001
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10 Jul 2001
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Great job on the web sight. I can't wait to see the facial features of the crew. Did National Geographic already do an article on the Hunley?

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11 Jul 2001
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A wonderful, awe-inspiring journey back to the time the Hunley made its final trip. My best to everyone. Thanks for all the information.

J. Cooley, Inman, SC

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11 Jul 2001
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I'm trying to find information on Lt. George Dixon for my wife. Her name is Constance Lynn Dixon. Her father was Charles F. Dixon. She was told years ago she was related to him. If anyone has a family tree for him or knows his parents names it would be helpfull

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13 Jul 2001
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Congratulations Arthur, My friend...I guess we will cuss ya forever on that dang new bridge. But who wooda thunk it. George

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14 Jul 2001
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Thank you for sharing this site with me looking forward to revisiting it again and learning more about this subject. Teeny Musser Portsmouth Ohio

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15 Jul 2001
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This is great! I am trying to get tickets for this weekend July 20th through the 22nd. Please if you can, help me to get about 5. Thank you. Mike Brewer 464 Autumn Leaf Rd Troutman, N.C. 28166 704 528 5931

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17 Jul 2001
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Thanks for the valuable information. We must continue to spread the truth about this great war which helped bond America together as one nation.

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17 Jul 2001
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enjoyed all the info and learned alot. the simulator is an excellant touch, however it gets to be aggrivating after awhile for novices and it needs to be a little simpler so at least we have a chance to sink something besides ourselves!

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18 Jul 2001
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I am very interested in Civil War history and am particularly interested in the singing of the Hunley. Please add me to your guest book.

singingD@mip.net Doris R. Ifert

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18 Jul 2001
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The site is very nice. I enjoyed the drawings of the sub and its measurements and such. Thanks.

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18 Jul 2001
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My son and I toured a nuclear submarine a few years ago at Kings Bay, GA...When we visited the Hunley last month, it was like a circle of history had been completed...The entire exhibition was great... We truly enjoyed ourselves...The Hunley crew were truly brave men, and I am so happy that I was able to give this experience to my son.

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20 Jul 2001
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This is one of the nicest historical sites in 50 years. I hope that the one Clive Cussler raised gets done on time. Adam

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20 Jul 2001
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The Hunley was and still is one of the best submarines. I hope that the one that Clive Cussler raised turns out OK. The Hunley is one the most honorable submarines in the history of man-kind. If any body has any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at, yema@dogomania.com Adam

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22 Jul 2001
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A true piece of history brought to life. I can't think of the right words to say that would say it all, so "Great Fantastic Job" will have to suffice. I thank you for the reverence with which you have shown the remains of these brave men who gave their lives, not for a question of right or wrong, but for what they believed in. Respectfully Richard D. Schlegel New Smyrna Beach, Florida

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22 Jul 2001
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Jon Graf - - St. George, Utah

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23 Jul 2001
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I am Civil War buff who is glad to see that this wonderful peice of confederate history has been found.I will be glad to see it after the claen-up is complete.I feel like we should honor these brave men to the fullest. Thank you James Berkley

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24 Jul 2001
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FORGET NOT WHAT YOUR SOUTHERN BROTHERS FOUGHT AND GAVE THERE LIVES FOR FOR SOMEDAY IN THE HEREAFTER WE WILL MEET AGAIN.\

GEORGE B SAPP SPECIALIST 4TH CLASS UNITED STATES ARMORED CAVALARY

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24 Jul 2001
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this is a very historical site, history as it is discovered. keep up the good work. thank you for all your hard work in bringing this historical information to the public.

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26 Jul 2001
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BELOW IS WHAT I TRIED TO ENTER IN THE GUEST BOOK BUT FAILED WITH ERROR MESSAGES. CAN YOU ENSURE IT IS ENTERED, PLEASE. MANY THANKS

Brilliant! I belong to the American Civil War Round Table (UK) and am about to join the CSS Hunley Club on the strength of what I have seen. I also belong to the CSS Alabama Association and had the pleasure of meeting the Mayor of Mobile and his Councillors at a symposium in Cherbourg two years ago on raising artefacts from the ship to put in the exhibition centre being created for the purpose in Mobile. There was also a wreath laying ceremony on the graves of the sailors in the Cherbourg cemetery. But your web site is rather better than theirs - vibrant and packed with information. It would be especially pleasing if through my contact here our Round Table found a speaker on this subject for one of our meetings. My only regret in all this is that it's a pity that at least one of the crew was not African-American as was the case with the Alabama where the man bravely chose to go down with the ship and the ship's surgeon rather than surrender to the Yankees and shows the South had a nobler motivation than that ascribed to it by their enemies.

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26 Jul 2001
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wonderful complete site...best on the web

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26 Jul 2001
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Love the sIte, love the hunley more

Mt.P SC

See Ya, Capt. Shortee

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27 Jul 2001
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I think your website is great.imay return to it.

Charles Rogers,Hartsville,SC

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27 Jul 2001
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Our first time, but the truth is when you have a chance to enjoy something like this is priceless, thank you for continuing educating people...

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29 Jul 2001
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Great site. Should you not include Charles L. Sprague to the list of crew memebers of the Aug 29th 1863 sailing? He was one of the two sailors who escaped through the aft manhole. (Which you have listed as unknown on your crew member listing.) Sprague of course braved the sailing of Oct 15th 1863 and perished with his ship mates on that ill fated mission. This hero should be noted as a member of both crews. Terry l. Coats

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29 Jul 2001
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Great site, Gentlemen. I had to privilage of being in Charleston on Aug 8th 2000 and watched this honorable machine and her brave crew come home. Since that time I have told the story of th Hunley and her crew to Confederate organizations (SCV and UDC) here in Nashville on three occasions. I am willing to send a copy of my non-copyrighted essay via e-mail to anyone who would like to have a copy. GOD BLESS THE SOUTH and HER FIGHTING MEN AND WOMEN!

Terry- AMTRAIN@aol.com

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Great site, Gentlemen. I had to privilage of being in Charleston on Aug 8th 2000 and watched this honorable machine and her brave crew come home. Since that time I have told the story of th Hunley and her crew to Confederate organizations (SCV and UDC) here in Nashville on three occasions. I am willing to send a copy of my non-copyrighted essay via e-mail to anyone who would like to have a copy. GOD BLESS THE SOUTH and HER FIGHTING MEN AND WOMEN!

Terry- AMTRAIN@aol.com

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29 Jul 2001
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Great site with continual changes/updates. It peaks my interest in seeing the Hunley when it goes on public display. Your site also has been the basis of conversational information between a friend and I.

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29 Jul 2001
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I LIKE LOOKING FOR INFORMATION FOR FREE

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