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14 Jan 2002
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Welcome Back


Date:
17 Jan 2002
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20:44:21
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Keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!!


Date:
25 Jan 2002
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I remember first seeing a show about the hunley in the early 1960s. I can't remember the name of the show at all. If anyone has any information about it, could you please email me at tjudge@iac.net? Thanks so much. Todd


Date:
04 Feb 2002
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I just watched "Hunley" on TNT which renewed my interest and my internet search. I appreciate your site and the respect given to those whose lives were lost. Thank you for making this information and site available.




Date:
07 Feb 2002
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07:01:07
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I'm doing a class project and I got bored so i'm just wasting time.............


Date:
07 Feb 2002
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08:51:46
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find the old pair of shoes


Date:
09 Feb 2002
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i live in scotland and cannot begin to say how i feel about the courage of the crew of the hunley. most people in scotland believed in the southern cause in the civil war .please keep up the great work . rod the celtic gray.


Date:
09 Feb 2002
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13:04:18
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I AM VERY MUCH INTERESTED IN THE HISTORY OF THE CSSHUNLEY & OTHER CIVIL WAR HISTORY.


Date:
10 Feb 2002
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10:56:49
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I'm doing a reseachpaper on the hunley, and this site has been helpful. Matt


Date:
11 Feb 2002
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07:46:45
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We need Directions ASAP to the exhibit at Warren Lasch Conservation Center from Mt. Pleasant. Can't find it on any map of North Charleston. Thanks so much. Bonnie Spradling


Date:
11 Feb 2002
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11:56:31
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Very informative and much more up to date than the other sites I have visited on the story of the CSS Hunley


Date:
11 Feb 2002
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14:46:03
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ugh...this sucks!!!...hahahaha


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11 Feb 2002
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19:05:54
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I check this site often. I have been told I was related to George E. Dixon as his Father and my Great-Great Grandfather were brothers. I don't know if anyone has done DNA test, but it would be interesting. Thanks for all your caring work. Sincerely, Ronald C. Dixon Email-rondixondenver@aol.com


Date:
12 Feb 2002
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16:10:41
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your web site is very interesting,and i wish i could get down there to see the museum.


Date:
14 Feb 2002
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18:05:59
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Hi,i live in England and my wife is American.We did not know anything about the Hunley until we saw the movie,but now we are both interested about this part of Americam history and your work as a whole. God bless America, Paul & Shelly


Date:
15 Feb 2002
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17:19:47
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I am a Civil War civilian re-enactor. I love to learn as much as a I can about both sides,considering I have family from both sides. I hope this site helps more people become intrested in the Civil War and the brave boys who belived enough in their views to fight and hallow American ground with their life blood. Jenipher


Date:
16 Feb 2002
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19:11:19
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Thank you for your help with projects and for educating me on this submarine!


Date:
17 Feb 2002
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19:10:35
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Special Day for this site.Really enjoyed your site.What a great way to honor those men,Respectfully,Jamie Pickett


Date:
18 Feb 2002
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15:23:19
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I think it's great to raise The Hunley and give the crew a burial they desevre it. Yours Truly, Michael Rose.


Date:
18 Feb 2002
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18:20:47
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I come from a very proud southern family and i could not be thrilled more that it has been found i hope that the discovery or history channels will do a episode on it as soon as the refurbishment is completed. John Carter Longview,Texas


Date:
19 Feb 2002
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13:00:02
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I live in Charleston and am proud of the men and what they represent.


Date:
19 Feb 2002
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19:05:58
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A very informative site. I've heard of the Hunley on TV but didn't realize there was a web site about it. Looks good.


Date:
19 Feb 2002
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19:23:29
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Thank you...I am in the Fifth grade doing a report and the fact that you are a free web site knocks me out. no charge.;come on. Thanks a million


Date:
20 Feb 2002
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07:12:37
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This sight has been very helpful toward my school project. Thanks.


Date:
21 Feb 2002
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08:48:16
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Great Site! Keep up the good work! We're proud to be still serving the Confederate States of America. These men showed what true heroism was. They died honorably and in the service of their country. Thank you for telling their story when they no longer can. A. J. Lamb


Date:
23 Feb 2002
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17:11:21
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Great site! I thoroughly enjoy watching this story unfold. The depth of research being reported on is stunning. Robert W. Tipton (bobtipt@netscape.net) Florida


Date:
23 Feb 2002
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17:12:11
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Great site! I thoroughly enjoy watching this story unfold. The depth of research being reported on is stunning. Robert W. Tipton (bobtipt@netscape.net) Florida


Date:
24 Feb 2002
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23:35:11
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I am excited to learn more about the c.s.s. Hunley. I would be very interested in knowing about any documentary DVD or videos that are available. Contact Randy Doyle at mdoyle@cfl.rr.com. Also interested in model of Hunley or the David.


Date:
24 Feb 2002
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23:36:37
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I am excited to learn more about the c.s.s. Hunley. I would be very interested in knowing about any documentary DVD or videos that are available. Contact Randy Doyle at mdoyle@cfl.rr.com. Also interested in model of Hunley or the David.


Date:
25 Feb 2002
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09:38:48
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i needed to know days and hours of operation and could not find that.


Date:
25 Feb 2002
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18:29:33
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You have a wonderful Webpage, so much information and so easy to access. We live in Australia now, but hope to visit the Hunley on our next trip. Keep up the informative site.


Date:
26 Feb 2002
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11:14:35
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Outta sight site...keep it going.


Date:
27 Feb 2002
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13:31:02
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I am doing a report on The Hunley, thats why I came to this web site.


Date:
28 Feb 2002
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good job!!!


Date:
28 Feb 2002
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14:57:11
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This is an incredible event in history and I hope all the events are put to film so we can experience a little of the romance and drama.


Date:
01 Mar 2002
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I am fascinated by the story of the "Hunley" and it is absolutely overwhelming that such underwater technology existed then. My wife and I will be visiting the Hunley site this spring. Gerhard & Marga Grosse of Newport News VA.

Date:
03 Mar 2002
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Does thehunley.com generate a profit? If so please notify how much on your website. is the Profit substancial--could i work for THEHUNLEY.COM???(haha just kidding)


Date:
03 Mar 2002
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09:54:32
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My name is Peter Zulinsky...I also have been known as Grokas, Sir Loin of Pork, Bretheren of the Wolves, Testical Pete, The Evil Potatoe, and Sever your Wang. I like how Micheal J. Fox goes "BACK in time." My favorite dinosaur is a "Mytestisarsaur." (get it? hahaha)THEHUNLEY.COM HOLY SHRIMP!!!!!!!!!


Date:
03 Mar 2002
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21:35:23
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Date:
05 Mar 2002
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03:20:40
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Just arrived here this site. Good to see,to looked back the history of brave men,brave ship. (R. Vasuvat / Thailand)


Date:
05 Mar 2002
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06:46:34
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This is an exciting site. It's hard to imagine going down into a sub that had such a bad history. Thanks for putting this on line. Doris Hopper, Eden, NC


Date:
05 Mar 2002
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12:40:08
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KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK I LOVE IT.ANYONE CONSIDER THAT THE UNION DOG TAG MIGHT BELONG TO THE REAL OWNER AND HE WAS A UNION SPY,WHO MIGHT HAVE HAD A HAND IN SINKING THE HUNLEY?


Date:
06 Mar 2002
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16:25:30
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Those brave men!!!!!!!


Date:
07 Mar 2002
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01:30:57
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this is great


Date:
07 Mar 2002
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Matthew the powder monkey. I am a powder monkey for the 9th texas light artillery i am 12 years old and like how this site is always uptodate


Date:
07 Mar 2002
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20:27:41
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I have found it very interesting for that time in history in the 1860's for Hunley himself to achieve and have an imagination to accomplish his dream of the submarine he built, and for those brave men including Hunley himself who died in battle aboard the CSS Hunley. I have also watched the movie on TNT, and found it very interesting and educational. Thank you for this web site. Mark


Date:
08 Mar 2002
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02:21:27
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As a retired submariner, serving the Danish Navy, I salute these brave men. May they not be forgotten. B. F. Larsen.....Denmark


Date:
09 Mar 2002
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14:21:23
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I INTRESTED IN THE CIVIL WAR AND THE CSS HUNLEY. KEEP UP THE WORK. MARCH 9 2002 BOYD A. CAMPBELL NORTH CAROLINA


Date:
11 Mar 2002
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21:31:15
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Nice Site! Just this last fall I found out that Edgar Collins Singer was a nephew of my ggg-grandfather. His sister, Clara, was married to Charles E. Frary, probably the C.E. Frary who was part of his group. Another brother remained in Illinois and was a successfull businessman and state representative. I have a letter dated 1849 from this brother, and another letter from Clara which mentions Edgar, when they were living in Chicago in 1851. This real history makes our ancestors come to life!


Date:
12 Mar 2002
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GREAT SITE



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12 Mar 2002
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15:41:11
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i enjoyed the movie i watched it twice i got it at the local library' I see there are some people that don't care about history GOOD-SITE-M.S.OHIO


Date:
14 Mar 2002
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07:54:08
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LLL


Date:
14 Mar 2002
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08:53:27
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I am doing a research paper for school about the CSS H.L. Hunley, and so I was just checking out sites. I'm looking forward to getting up-dates on what is all going on with the Hunley.


Date:
14 Mar 2002
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13:07:11
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Great Site and always up to date. Do you have any information about any coins or medallions that are available regarding the hunley or it's crew. Thanks


Date:
14 Mar 2002
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20:06:23
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I think the web site is very informative and inciteful.It was alot of help to my child who is doing a report on the Hunley.


Date:
15 Mar 2002
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10:02:25
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is it possible to be added to an e-mail update list of events concerning the Hunley? I would love to follow developments more closely. Am amateur historian/diver/member of Sons of Confederate veterans and avid Clive Cussler fan...thanks Dale Goforth R.Ph


Date:
15 Mar 2002
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16:51:25
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My name is Lee Corrigan I have been a member for a while. I can just wonder of the intrege and pleasure you must get just being able to be around the sub. I really enjoy the news letter. Lee C Casa Grande AZ.


Date:
17 Mar 2002
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09:59:28
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I just found out about this site so i don't know if i like it or not


Date:
17 Mar 2002
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12:42:17
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As a Navy Member in Charleston on the USS Blakely in the 80's I am proud of the souths Revenge. And to see Hunley again is truly a dream come true, Let her rivets and Crews Stay in the southerns minds forever and "Damn the Yankee" Mike Samuels Boatswains Mate 1st Class USN (retired)


Date:
17 Mar 2002
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17:14:13
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i really and truly enjoy this web page. i have found valuable information for myself. keep up the really good work.thank you windle shue



Date:
18 Mar 2002
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11:27:06
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Informative site. You should include more educational things like the physics of the hand cranked propeller, the spar torpedoes, the ballasts and hand pumps, buoyancy; also some graphics of the Hunley and artifacts as the story unfolds, schematic diagrams of the Hunley, any known names of crew men, etc... These things would make it an awsome site!


Date:
18 Mar 2002
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17:45:56
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Very nice & informative. Keep up the great work.


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18 Mar 2002
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19:14:35
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Carolyn Lincoln Lusby, Maryland I like the web-site alot. I found out alot of new imformation. I am planning a trip to actually see the HUNLEY.


Date:
19 Mar 2002
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18:17:15
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thanx abunch. this is really helpful for my project.


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19 Mar 2002
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19:57:14
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Long live the men who died for a worthy cause, for they do not know the political differences that their valor has created. James M. Mays Son of Confederate Veteran



Date:
20 Mar 2002
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10:46:27
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THIS SITE WAS VERY HELPFUL TO ME AS I WAS DOING RESEARCH ONTHE HUNLEY FOR A TERM PAPER AT TRIDENT TECH. Thanks Much Nathan Milazzo


Date:
20 Mar 2002
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17:25:02
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ron muevets working on a school paper


Date:
20 Mar 2002
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20:26:26
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I am so proud of you folks for finding and SAVING the HUNLEY! You folks have worked so hard on that beautiful piece of history and my hat is off to you. Ken Broxton Wilmington, N.C.


Date:
21 Mar 2002
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14:22:25
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Yo web site is off tha hook. It provided me with all the information I needed for my report. Thank you Hunley!!!!!!


Date:
23 Mar 2002
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13:15:56
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really moving, can anyone help with the words to "clear away in the morning" as sung in the film


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23 Mar 2002
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I liked it very much. I got alot of information that I never knew before.


Date:
25 Mar 2002
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17:42:57
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It was really super!


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25 Mar 2002
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It was really super!


Date:
25 Mar 2002
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19:08:36
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Would that the South had won the war. There would be some place to go to.


Date:
26 Mar 2002
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I AM SO VERY INTERESTED IN AMERICAN HISTORY.. I AM SO VERY PROUD TO LIVE IN SOUTH CAROLINA A STATE WITH SUCH A VERY RICH HISTORY..


Date:
26 Mar 2002
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i was told i was related to George e.Dixon so i decided to check out the site


Date:
26 Mar 2002
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i am doing a report on the hundley and your website wasn't very clear where i could get information! but over all the website wasn't to bad!


Date:
26 Mar 2002
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12:38:11
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i have a school project to do on the hunley and this website helped me so much thanx so much for making it!!!


Date:
26 Mar 2002
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17:36:22
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this is very interesting and informative.


Date:
27 Mar 2002
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08:54:12
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awesome site to help with school projects and homework. thanks a bunch david easterling


Date:
27 Mar 2002
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14:13:38
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Saw the movie on TV tonight what else would you do but look at the web site? Great site and such an interesting subject. God bless America !!!!!


Date:
27 Mar 2002
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16:57:35
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a very important part of southern history and to the technology of the submarine. thanks and God bless all eight crew members that died a tragic death. Michael R. Cantrell


Date:
27 Mar 2002
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born yankee of southern heritage,watching history channel noticed name of"thomas w. park"on headstone of deceased! all sites i've checked name a thomas parks;which is still a problem to this day;the x-tra s. can someone tell me for sure if it was a park or parks?i sure would like to know if he was kin. bearman 1952@yahoo.com


Date:
28 Mar 2002
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It's good to have our boys home. Thank you'all so much! Terry Stewart


Date:
28 Mar 2002
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I have read about the Hunley for years. I can't wait to see it in person with my grand kids. Keep up the good work. Van from Salisbury N.C.


Date:
28 Mar 2002
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20:16:59
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Have followed the story on TV. Great history lesson for our children. Wonderful to know that it will be around for years to come for our grandchildren to study. Making a special trip to Charleston just to see it.


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29 Mar 2002
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00:28:46
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I,CONSIDER MYSELF,A CONFEDERATE AMERICAN,WHOM WAS BORN TOO LATE, TO FIGHT, FOR THE CAUSE!


Date:
29 Mar 2002
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09:02:12
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Great Site!!!


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29 Mar 2002
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09:02:19
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Great Site!!!


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29 Mar 2002
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09:02:26
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Great Site!!! Mike Rogers Easley, SC


Date:
03 Apr 2002
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We were on vacation in South Carolina last week (3/24-3/30) and my father, step-mother,my son and daughter and I came to visit the center on 3/24. It was the most interesting time of my life. My childeren were so amazed by the size of the sub. and how it was brought back up. My daughter is only 5 yrs. old and she sat and watched the videos over and over until my parents came out from seeing the submarine. I can't wait to see the movie in July when it is on TNT. Again what a wonderful job you are doing to preserve a piece of history. Jennifer Bouts, OHIO


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03 Apr 2002
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We were on vacation in South Carolina last week (3/24-3/30) and my father, step-mother,my son and daughter and I came to visit the center on 3/24. It was the most interesting time of my life. My childeren were so amazed by the size of the sub. and how it was brought back up. My daughter is only 5 yrs. old and she sat and watched the videos over and over until my parents came out from seeing the submarine. I can't wait to see the movie in July when it is on TNT. Again what a wonderful job you are doing to preserve a piece of history. Jennifer Bouts, OHIO


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04 Apr 2002
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THANKS VERY MUCH RONALD PROUD DECENT OF A CONFEDRATE SOLDIER


Date:
05 Apr 2002
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just try


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05 Apr 2002
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welcome back again


Date:
05 Apr 2002
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Nice Site!! Keep up the good work, it is both informative and accurte. Well Done, Take Care, Gentry


Date:
07 Apr 2002
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South Carolina is a racist state and I am proud that the South did not win the war also this site sux!!!!!!!!


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08 Apr 2002
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Good Website on the Hunley! It really helped! :-) *§teph*


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09 Apr 2002
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Even though i'm one of those "Damn Yankees" up in Massachusetts i'd like t' say your site is very well done and you should keep up the work. Think nothin of that loud mouth son of a bitch 2 posts upwards.


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10 Apr 2002
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That was a great movie!!


Date:
12 Apr 2002
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Just saw the Hunley on Sunday 4-6-02 and was amazed at what your group has done to preserve it and by your knowledgeable staff of volunteers! Keep up the good work! Stanley H Baker


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13 Apr 2002
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i think the web site is so awesome!!!!


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13 Apr 2002
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i think the web site is so awesome!!!!


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14 Apr 2002
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GREAT website


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15 Apr 2002
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After seeing the movie "The Hunley" I became really interested in it, and this website is a great resource. Definately keep up the great work!


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15 Apr 2002
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i would like any info on the burial of the crew so i can make plans to see this event


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18 Apr 2002
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hi my name is whitney waltman. I had an assignment on the Hunley. i thought that this thing was pretty cool. i hope you have a very nice day!!!! whitney waltman


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18 Apr 2002
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very good web site. keep up the good work


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18 Apr 2002
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does anyone know what the E stands for in LT. George E. Dixon's name??


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18 Apr 2002
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does anyone know what the E stands for in LT. George E. Dixon's name?? Great site thank you!


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19 Apr 2002
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"Doc" Jim Ramski, 5th Texas Partisan Rangers. 4/19/02 I was honored to be part of the Honor Guard at the display of the coin & movie prop sub at 140th Shiloh, on anniversary of date Dixon was wounded. Your website has more info & certainly better laid out then 'official' website. VERY NICE! Our unit also hopes to participate as honor guard for Hunley crew burial now to be Nov 03


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19 Apr 2002
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My wife and I visited with a group from the Spartanburg Hog Club last week, and I was fasinated with the tour and information I got from the tour guides. I have herd of the recovery of the Hunley but I did not realize all of the work and effort in determining how it worked and how it sank. It is really interesting and it is wort the time for anyone to tour and learn up front on some of the history of our great nation


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21 Apr 2002
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I believe that Spence did discover the Hunley first. BUT he didn't know anyone that would listen to him, and didn't know how to get the necessary attention. The sand around the Hunley was probably shifted during a hurricane, exposing the hull temporarily. I know there is salvage money involved, but that can be sorted out. This is beginning to be a classic story of greed.


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22 Apr 2002
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Your site has the most extensive information. It's just amazing. I can't stop reading.


Date:
22 Apr 2002
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I am doing a project on the Hunley can you send me some info and pictures


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22 Apr 2002
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I am doing a project on the Hunley can you send me some info and pictures write me back at caseycheerleader@juno.com


Date:
22 Apr 2002
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I was first turned onto Hunley lore in 1965 as a Jr High student. It all started with a chance look through a library book on the civil war. After reading about the first successful attack by a sub and the subsequent loss of same, as well as the chilling history behind the almost jinxed sea trials made me wonder what it must have been like and also "What happened to them!" This notion was never more powerful than when I was stationed at The 6th Naval District Headquarters at the Charleston Navy Base 1976-79. For "libs" the guys and I would hang out surf fishing and stuff out at Sullivans,Folly, Isle of Palms, etc. I once stood waste deep while fishing Breach Inlet and wondered if the damned thing could be right next to me! That summer I introduced myself To "Cussler" RtheTT, great book! Then after reading The Sea Hunters I new that soon a lifetime of questions would be answered. Now thanks to you folks I have a reason to visit Charleston again. Great web site. More pictures. Thanks, Eric


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23 Apr 2002
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I have visited your site numerous times from the the begining of its birth and have read the guest book each time. Just wondering because of the remarks of many writers refering to Friends of the Hunley, why you rarely correct the public. Though you do have a statement clarifying that you are not part of "Friends of" I believe you should be given credit where it is due.That being that you are a devoted citizen and sole creators of the Hunley.com...who give your time to provide free information with no help,or support from "Friends of the hunley " because you supported the hunleys cause,not out of greed or any motive other than the desire to give the public information that they would otherwise have to pay for,and were in fact as I recall a few months back threatened by that organization with law suits and demands to close your site. In my opinion your site far out shines the "members only" site which provides little for our membership dollars. Keep up the great work and don't be shy about telling the public the whole truth...You deserve notariety...being the BEST site on the web....sincerely ladyfair2


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23 Apr 2002
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Your web site about the Hunley is fantastic. I am using the info for a research paper, and I have found a lot of interesting facts. Thanks for all of your hard work! Rebecca Lambeth, Lexington, North carolina.


Date:
24 Apr 2002
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Check out the Friends' crew biography page: http://www.hunley.org/html/history/men_center.htm Next to the biography of Dixon, they have that Bennett photograph. Now, wasn't it determined that the photo was NOT Dixon? So why is it still up there? Poor web site maintenance.


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26 Apr 2002
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27 Apr 2002
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I have enjoyed your site. It is good to find actual content as opposed to the flash that seems to be the thrust of most web sites. It is a bit sad to see a quest started by love of adventure and a desire for knowledge being over shadowed by dollar signs. Funding issues are of a real concern especially for a technological wonder like the Confederate submersible developed in a period of American history not appreciated by the majority of modern day Americans. But they need not become squabbles in the public light, or political spin for a personal agenda, that degrades the sincere efforts of so many people. I have no agenda other than the love of history and my heritage as both a Southerner and American. I was happy to give my money to support recovery and preservation but I twinge at the thought of a Hunley-land with its kiddy rides, or a politically correct sterile glass cage with a brass plaque at the bottom saying Huntley (misspelling on purpose.) The people of the State of South Carolina and America have funded this event either by tax money or donations and while there are many individuals that deserve recognition for their accomplishments in the task but it still belongs to all of America. South Carolina has the lead in this and I for one hope she can maintain her pride and dignity.


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02 May 2002
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04 May 2002
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great history ....SusanThomason..Pelzer,S.C.


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05 May 2002
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My name John D. Crum and I believe my great, great grandfather was a Dixon. Don,t know if George is related. I will ask my sister Barbara J. Crum, if she knows anything about this. She has been working on our family tree for years.


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07 May 2002
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i saw the hunley being raised from the bootom of the ocean on the third of august 2000 at Charlestone. if anyone wants to know anything about me e-mail me at melanie_paston@hotmail.com


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08 May 2002
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Wonderful site. It helped me greatly in putting together a paper on historical significance for my Historical Archaeology class. Keep up the great work!!!








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14 May 2002
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Please send ME free stuff. I will love you very much if you would... If you would I would tell all my friends about your site an I would really love it. I would take care of my new book. I love to read about the Hunley. I'm 75 and I love to read after school. oh yea I love the site, too.

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15 May 2002
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We watched the raising of the Hunley, and was very much impressed by the respect shown by everyone, all along the route.. I check the web site often, to keep abreast of all that is happening. One day I hope to visit. This is truly history..Thank you. S Gamble


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15 May 2002
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This is a great site to be able to look at, and get a real feel about those poor souls down in the hull of a boiler. I saw the TNT production about the Hunley and became interested. Then when I watched the Hunley raised on the History Channel I got chills wondering if they were doing the right thing, to find this piece of history and know that it was real and not a fable was a great thing. Add more and keep up the great work. Glen Edwards Lumberton N.C.


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17 May 2002
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Hi my name is janna im doing a 4000 word essay and the Hunley and all the interesting and fastinating thing about he sinking and the recovery.i go to a small high school down here in ft.laterdale florida.i have always loved to see america progress in all its way and wonders at see over time.i hope u have a wonderful day and god bless\ janna


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21 May 2002
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i think this site is very educational and it should be world wide


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21 May 2002
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no additional thoughts


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23 May 2002
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Hello...just wanted to let you know I bought one of the Hunley-Housatonic coins and it is great. Definitely a collector item. P.S. you are doing a great job with your site. keep it up.


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24 May 2002
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Best web site I have seen in a long time.I have been to see the Hunley seven times,I see something new every time.The crewman of the Hunley were real heroes,not like the paid for heroes of today.


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30 May 2002
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30 May 2002
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