THE BEST GUN IN THE WORLD: George Woodward Morse and the South Carolina State Military Works
Explains how South Carolina created its own armory after seceding from the Union, and then enlisted the help of a weapons technology inventor to meet the demand of equipping soldiers. Mining state and federal factory records and more, Seigler reveals an interesting story of technological innovation and industrialization in South Carolina. Photos, some in color.
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