Tag archive for Warren Lasch Conservation Center

a fresh look at the H.L. Hunley

For the first time in 151 years the old sub is showing itself in all of its raw, ironclad beauty.

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This time, the foe is corrosion

The idea is to preserve the forts’ cultural heritage— including the cannons, artillery platforms, doors, railings, steps, and many small arti­facts now in the park’s museum collection.

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learning from the Hunley

From the crucible of desperation, the South forged an improbable secret weapon: a hand-cranked attack boat. The H.L. Hunley was designed to do what no vessel in the world had ever done: sink a warship from beneath the waves.

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