Civilian Life During The Siege Of Charleston | Walter Edgar's Journal

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Life was not much better for civilians during the siege of Charleston.  Most of the civilians are allowed to be evacuated, but some if the ones left behind resort to living in tent cities, like the one in Marion Square.  People also have to scavenge for supplies like lead and copper, in order to make money for munitions and food.