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  the Robinson house(photo) Robinson House as it looked circa 1849 and during the Civil War


"The Robinson House is used as a Yankee hospital. In a visit there this morning, I found 100 of them [Yankees] packed in the rooms as thick as sardines.... The wounds of the majority were undressed, the blood had dried upon their persons and garments, and altogether there the most horrible set of beings it has been my lot to encounter."
Felix Gregory de Fontaine, Charleston Daily Courier, September 11, 1862