On the 7th of November, 1861 Union forces captured Port Royal
Island, the main harbor of the Sea Islands which were located off
the South Carolina coast. The Confederate Fort Walker fell to the
Union Navy, and the white plantation owners fled the island. The
large slave population remained and the Union army allowed them to
continue farming the land.
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- American Civil War