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07 Jan 2003
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18:51:43
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Your web site is very interesting. I found it to be informing. All the Hunley men died for a good cause and deserve to be recognized by the government, if not for what they believed in dieing for then the achievement they made in history. These brave men deserve full military honors and a representative from the U.S.N. to honor the memory of a honorable foe. Respetively, H.L. Fogle, USN, Ret.


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08 Jan 2003
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19:10:26
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Roi, @-}-} @}-}- @-}-} @}-}- I thought you would outlive us all. You always seemed eternal, even when you were a very young man. As if you'd seen it all, from the suffering darkness to the healing light. You were our guide, reminding us, by example, to look for the good in everyone, to take care of each other.xoxo Chozzie


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10 Jan 2003
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13:59:51
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My husband & I went to see the confederate submarine the H.L.Hunley at the Warren Lasch Conservation Lab and it was quiet a touching experience to see it and listen to the confederate dressed volunteers who make you feel like you take this in your heart as an unforgettable honor to have been able to be there. We love your email updates and the latest on the possibilities of where the H.L.Hunley may one day be displayed. The Charleston Harbor sounds wonderful. I can just picture it there. Thanks for all the information your site provides...


Date:
14 Jan 2003
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12:23:32
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14 Jan 2003
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12:26:14
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14 Jan 2003
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12:26:32
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Date:
16 Jan 2003
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12:13:21
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I am doing a biography on George Dixon. I found a lot here thank you


Date:
17 Jan 2003
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12:12:19
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This address is a very good on the HUNLEY exspecially when your doing research on the hunley for a school project called research triangle and it help me alot when i find all these things on the e-mail


Date:
17 Jan 2003
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13:36:25
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First Kent, now Roi. Two of the most generous and entertaining souls I've ever known. This town seems a lot less colorful than when they were here. Long live the Captain and the Cowboy!


Date:
22 Jan 2003
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08:09:27
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As a writer I hope to be able to do some significant story on the Hunley. Time has been at a premium lately, partly because of a call to active stint in the Army. Thanks for a great web site. Jim Micko Warner Robins GA


Date:
22 Jan 2003
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18:52:36
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This is a very good web site. It's informative and helps us stay updated with what is going on with the Hunley. We enjoyed seeing the Hunley in July 2001. Please put the Hunley were others can enjoy it as much as we did. After we came back from that vacation and told people we had seen the Hunley, those who knew what we were talking about wanted to know if there was a web site. We told them there was and if they were in Charleston they could see it them selves. Thanks for a great history lesson. John & Jeanine Black, Rossville, Illinois.


Date:
22 Jan 2003
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18:53:11
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This is a very good web site. It's informative and helps us stay updated with what is going on with the Hunley. We enjoyed seeing the Hunley in July 2001. Please put the Hunley were others can enjoy it as much as we did. After we came back from that vacation and told people we had seen the Hunley, those who knew what we were talking about wanted to know if there was a web site. We told them there was and if they were in Charleston they could see it them selves. Thanks for a great history lesson. John & Jeanine Black, Rossville, Illinois.


Date:
23 Jan 2003
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09:17:29
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what a great historical eb page keep the memory alive Russell & Dolores Kendall Plainview, New York


Date:
23 Jan 2003
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15:57:11
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A toast to those heroic men. No matter what side of the conflict you favor, one cannot deny their place on history, nor can you deny their courage.


Date:
25 Jan 2003
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15:31:56
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I am unable to get the photos in the newsletter that is emailed to me. Why?
Most of the time you just have to wait for the pictures to load, depending on your mail service. Once it is loaded, go to File and save as , click on the small manila folder with the star next to it and make a new folder named newsletters, open the folder and click save. Now you can put all your newsletters in one place.  When you get offline go to My Documents  open Newsletter folder, double click newsletter.html and it will open in Internet Explorer. That way you can read it offline at your leisure just by clicking on it..  Because of the pictures the newsletter is sometimes slow to download. Patience. SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL TRY TO FIGURE IT OUT if this doesn't work. George@thehunley.com


Date:
27 Jan 2003
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07:45:45
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I visited the Hunley exhibit last summer and have been recieving the newsletter since then. As a novice historian and former CSA reenactor, I have an abiding respect for the Hunley, what it meant to the men that served on her and the effort to preserve her for future generations. However, it appears that the newsletter is and has been for some time, a forum for whining and complaining about who's suing who and who should have the rights to what recognition. It appears that if it weren't for all the whining and moaning about these issues, there wouldn't be much to print in the newsletter at all. Now some Greenville contractor wants to get into the act with a lawsuit of his own. Contractors need to concentrate on their clients. Have you tried to get a contractor to actually do anything lately? I enjoy the historical information presented in the newsletter but the political posturing is absurd. The general public (i.e. the common newsletter reader) doesn't want to hear it. We're sick of who's feeling cheated this week and who's suing because they feel they deserve more information than everyone else. My feelings are that if the entities involved with this preservation project can't handle the problems, maybe they should put the Hunley back where they found it. After all, you never heard a complaint from the Hunley's proprietors before living humans showed back up on board. Regards, Wayne


 


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