National Park Service Links
Pulaski National Monument Home Page
The official site of Fort Pulaski National Monument contains a brief
introduction to the fort and the fort's significance. It also contains
information concerning visitation.
Pulaski National Monument In Depth
This is the site created by Fort Pulaski personnel. It contains in-depth
information on the history and various important events that occurred
at the fort.
- Test Excavations at Civil War Period Battery Halleck, Fort Pulaski National
Monument, Chatham County, Georgia
In 1990, archeologists from the National Park Service investigated the
location of Battery Halleck on Tybee Island. This battery fired the
signal shot marking the beginning of the bombardment of Fort Pulaski
on April 10-11, 1862. The results of this investigation are detailed
in this web adaptation of the original Southeast Archeological Center
- Battery Hamilton stabilization
and archeological recording of remains, in situ preservation
and monitoring recommendations, work done in cooperation with the Georgia
DOT and associated with Civil War activites at Fort Pulaski, Fort
Pulaski National Monument, Georgia.
Links to PDF
files: Brochure | Preservation
and Stabilization Plan | Archeological
Archeological Center's Civil War Archeology Page
This page lists some of the various resources available within the National
Park Service's and Southeast Archeological Center's sites dealing with
the Civil War. These materials include technical reports concerning
excavations, a general outline of the Civil War, archives of photographs
and documents, and much more.
to the Past Home Page
Links to the Past is a part of the National Park Service web site. It
provides information on the cultural aspect of park management, including
information on archeology and ethnography.
Park Service Home Page
This site includes information on the many activities and divisions
of the National Park Service.
Other Civil War Links
Other Fort Pulaski Related Links
on the Third System of American Coastal Defense
This section of the Fort Adams web site contains information on the
political reasons for the construction of the Third System of American
Coastal Defense. Included are discussions on the state of the nation
following the War of 1812, and French involvement in the construction
of these fortifications of which Fort Pulaski was one.
History of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp 460 at Cockspur Island
This site provides a brief rundown of the involvement of Civilian Conservation
Corps members in the reconstruction and restoration of Fort Pulaski
during the 1930s.
about the Camp 460 year 2000 reunion
An article from the Savannah Creative Loafing describes the activities
that occurred at the 2000 reunion of the surviving members of the Civilian
Conservation Corps who worked at Fort Pulaski.
Coastal Heritage Society in Savannah, Georgia
As stated on their web site, "The Coastal Heritage Society is an
non-profit organization devoted to perserving the history and culture
of the coastal Georgia region. The society currently manages three significant
historical sites, Old Fort Jackson, the Savannah History Museum, and
the Historic Railroad Shops."