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Junior History Press is a publishing company founded to help tell some of South Carolina's rich history to young readers.

 1. Revolutionary War
Book on the Battle of Cowpens- Spirit Up the People - Four Days to the Cowpens
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Preview - Look at sample pages of the book
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Glossary
Gerald Teaster - author of the book
Doug Sanders - illustrator of the book
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2. Civil War
New Book on the Submarine H.L. Hunley - Confederates Courageous - The Story of the Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley
Cover - Look at the cover
Preview - Look at sample pages of the book
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Gerald Teaster - author of the book
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Fort Sumter - View of Fort Sumter today
Fort Moultrie - View of Fort Moultrie today
More on Fort Moultrie - Views of inside Fort Moultrie
Recovery of the Hunley - Eyewitness account and photographs of the raising of the Hunley
Karlissa B. - Photographs of crane used to raise the Hunley
Wreck Site - Picture of wreck site and Hunley marker buoys.
Barge   - Picture of barge in place to carry the Hunley to Navy Base
Breaking the Surface - Picture of Hunley as it breaks the surface for the first time in 136 years
Bow of the Sub - Picture of  the  sub being lifted looking at the bow
Side - Picture of  the  sub being lifted looking at the side
Onto Barge - Picture of sub being lowered onto the recovery barge
On the Barge - Picture of the sub after it has been secured on the recovery barge
Mourners - Pictures of Women Mourners on USS Yorktown
Honor Guard - Pictures of Re-enactor Honor Guard on USS Yorktown
Graves - Pictures of the graves of the second Hunley crew in Magnolia Cemetery
Conservation Center - Picture of Warren Lasch Conservation Center
Hunley in the Center - Picture of Hunley inside Conservation Center
Hunley lowered into the tank - Picture of Hunley as it is lowered into the preservation tank
Perspective - Thoughts on the Hunley and its recovery

Viewing - Details of visiting the Conservation Center to see the Hunley on display in the Preservation Tank
Conservation Center - Picture of Warren Lasch Conservation Center
Recovery of the Hunley - Eyewitness account and photographs of the raising of the Hunley
Differences - Discusses differences between the replica and the recovered real submarine Hunley
Charleston Museum Replica - Describes Hunley replica that the Charleston Museum and how it was built
Class of 1967 - Photograph of TEC Mech. Engineering Technology students that designed replica
Shops  - Photos of shops where replica was built
Differences - Discusses differences between the replica and the recovered real submarine Hunley
Controversies - Discusses the controversies that have swarmed around the Hunley and the Project

Civil War Sites in Charleston  - Information about some of  Charleston's Civil War sites
Fort Sumter - The target of the first shots of the Civil War on April 12, 1861.
Fort Moultrie - The  fort that was abandoned by Major Robert Anderson in order to occupy Fort Sumter
The Battery or White Point Gardens - One of the most beautiful and interesting places in Charleston
Breach Inlet - The Hunley went through this narrow inlet on its ill fated attack on the USS Housatonic
Battery Marshall - Photo of former site of Battery Marshall on Breach Inlet
Magnolia Cemetery - Resting place of all three Hunley crews and several hundred other Confederate dead
Hunley Graves - Graves of the second Hunley crew and Horace Hunley

Book on the CSS David - The Confederate Steam Torpedo Boat CSS DAVID
Cover - Look at the cover
Preview - Look at sample pages of the book
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Gerald Teaster - author of the book
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David Replica - The story of the David replica at Santee Canal Park

Class of 1970- TEC Mechanical Engineering Students that designed the replica
Together at the Pier -Replica of David with the USS Seahorse, SSN 669
Photos of the Replica - More photographs of the replica
Wooden David Model - Photographs of large wooden model in Santee Cooper Interpretive Center

Forward Part of Model- Photographs of interior of the forward part of the model
Middle Part of Model - Photographs of interior of the middle part of the model
Aft Part of Model - Photographs of interior of the middle part of the model


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Gerald F. Teaster, author and web page editor, can be reached via email at gteaster@juniorhistory.com or by writing to:

Junior History Press
PO Box 157
Summerville, SC 29484-0157, USA
 Telephone  - (843) 873-8117

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