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An underwater engineer training during World War II at Fort Screven. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

Sidney W. Faulkenthal a soldier at the Army Engineering School at Fort Screven in 1944. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

General Marshall served as the Commanding Officer at Fort Screven in the 1930's. He served during World War II, authored and administered the Marshal Plan, served as the Secretary of Defense and served as the Secretary of State

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

General Joseph Screven, the namesake of Fort Screven. He was killed in a battle in Midway, Georgia during the Revolutionary War. 

 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A twelve-inch mortar at Battery Habersham, Fort Screven. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A postcard showing the walk leading to the train station at Fort Screven. 
 

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

A postcard showing "Glimpses of Military Life" at Fort Screven. 

  
 

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

A postcard showing the dress parade at Fort Screven, Tybee Island, Georgia. 

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

A postcard showing Fort Screven soldiers drilling at Savannah Beach

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

Drawing of the second Tybee Lighthouse in 1741. The lighthouse stood 100 feet tall and was constructed of brick and wood. It was a victim of beach erosion in the 1760's. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

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