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Civil War / Confederate Submarine #197243

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 28, 2001
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(New York and Charleston, SC: Ned Potter) The treasures found inside the Confederate submarine the Hunley featured; details given of the story of submarine commander George Dixon, who carried a gold coin from his sweetheart that had been struck by a bullet at Shiloh. [South Carolina Hunley Commission state senator Glenn McCONNELL - announces the finding of the coin.] [Hunley Project historian Mark RAGAN - says the legend is now fact.] Illustrations of the submarine shown.

Potter, Ned;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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