Hilton Head during the Civil War – Heritage Library


Join us from 4-6pm on
October 22nd at Hilton Head Island Town Council Chambers for this Unprecedented Event!

Please forward to your interested membership and Board.

People on HH.CW
Catering from Whole Foods

The Heritage Library has spent years compiling hospital rolls, cemetery records, Town of Mitchelville citizens lists, Union Soldiers and US Colored Troops files to identify almost 3000 people who lived and died on Hilton Head Island during the Civil War years.

This evening was made possible by a grant from the Town of Hilton Head. Join us as we present this information and hear from the descendants of soldiers of the US Colored Troops.
Ongoing Programs at The Library

Who Do You Think You Are?
Let our experienced genealogists help you explore your roots.
One free hour to get you started in your quest. By appointment only.

Historic Sites Lecture
Tuesdays, 10:00 am September 9 – November 25 at The Heritage Library
Where are they? What happened there?
Learn all that and leave with a map to explore on your own.
$5 donation gratefully accepted

Ft. Mitchel Tours
Thursdays, 10:00 am
March through November
Call the Coastal Discovery Museum at
843-689-6767 , ext. 223 to register.

Call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 for more information.
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