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"In late 1861, Federal troops seized Beaufort, South Carolina, and occupied the city. Homes and other buildings abandoned by fleeing South Carolinians were commandeered. Officials turned 15 buildings into Union hospitals. One hospital was in a home belonging to one of Beaufortís wealthiest citizens. To pass the time, soldiers doodled pictures and signed their names on the mansionís plaster walls."
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