Indeed, the story of the Immortal 600 did not end when the prisoners left Morris Island. I’m glad to see Fort Pulaski National Monument is continuing to mark the sesquicentennial of the events by posting excerpts from the diary of Henry Clay Dickinson, Captain of the 2nd Virginia Cavalry and one of the Immortal 600:
This, and more, are posted to the park’s Facebook page.
And a reminder, if you visit the park in person, Fort Pulaski is flying the 35-star US flag of the pattern used at the fort 150 years ago. A small sesquicentennial gesture, but a strong one.