By Greg Pizzuto
The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable
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Editor’s note: This article was originally published in The Charger in the fall of 2001.
Horace Lawson Hunley, a lawyer and planter from New Orleans, understood the importance of the shipping trade to his beloved Confederacy. Hunley and his two partners, James McClintock and Baxter Watson, set out to create a three-man vessel that would travel underwater to assist in keeping the vital shipping lanes open for trade with Europe.Continue reading “The Life and Death of H.L. Hunley”