P.O Box 30757
Savannah, Georgia 31410
On This Very Spot in April, 1862, the Civil War Battle for Fort Pulaski employed the first significant use of rifled cannons in combat, shattering the walls of the fort and helping to bring an end to the use of masonry forts.
On This Very Spot in 1862, one of the earliest known photographs of the game of Baseball was inadvertantly made when some soldiers were playing "rounders" in the background of a formal regimental photo.
See other travel spots related to Famous and Historical Photographs, Forts, Military Memorials and the National Park Service (USA).
Submitted By: Spottermom
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This spot is a fort administered by the National Park Service. For complete visitor's information, including hours of operation, admission fees, and map & directions, visit the official website.
Location: Fifteen miles east of Savannah which is located on the southeast coast of Georgia in southern United States
Nearest Major Airport: Savannah
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