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Photo on Halfway Swamp Marker
Photographer: Anna Inbody
Taken: January 8, 2012
Caption: Photo on Halfway Swamp Marker
Additional Description: The ambush at Halfway Swamp, from a contemporary mural in Manning, South Carolina. In the story of the Revolutionary War in South Carolina, the natural environment is an important character. Francis Marion’s men, intimately familiar with the Lowcountry’s rivers, swamps, and forests, often used them to their tactical advantage. Like many sites associated with Marion, Halfway Swamp is both an ecological and a historical treasure. Courtesy Swamp Fox Mural Trail Society.
Submitted: January 9, 2012, by Anna Inbody of Columbia, South Carolina.
Database Locator Identification Number: p188640
File Size: 2.244 Megabytes

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