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A sketch of the Martello Tower under occupation of Union troops during the Civil War. 

  
 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A sketch showing of the Federal forces establishing headquarters at the Martello Tower on Tybee Island in 1861 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A sketch showing the first shots fired at Fort Pulaski on April 10, 1862 from Union forces on Tybee Island. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A sketch showing an interior view of Fort Pulaski following Union bombardment using rifled cannon shots from Tybee Island. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A sketch of Charles Olmstead surrendering Fort Pulaski to Union Forces in April of 1862. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

A typical one-story Tybee beach cottage under construction in the 1890's. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

The back river area of Tybee Island in the early 1900's 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

Postcard of the Tybee Hotel showing the entrance from the train station, early 1900's 

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

Postcard showing an oyster roast on the beach at Tybee Island in the early 1900's. Oyster roasts and fires were often seen on the beach throughout the 1920's and 1930's  

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

A postcard of the Tybee Pavilion in the early 1900's. 

From the collection of Jane South Lindner at Nostalgic Memories

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