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Quick FactsFriday 2018.11.17
Posted on Nov 17th, 2018

After the Revolutionary War, Hog Island served as a wildlife habitat for birds, turtles, and animals. Dredge spoil gradually caused the island to connect to the now Mount Pleasant mainland. In 1975, the area was annexed into the Town. Today, all traces of Hog Island's past are gone except for a Historical Marker placed at Patriots Point in 2004 by the Historical Commission. Learn more about the Revolutionary War Era and the significance of Hog Island during that time on this Historical Marker, the Town's website and the Mount Pleasant Historical mobile app.
 
 
For more information: Brief History on the Revolutionary War Era on the Town website; Historical Markers in Mount Pleasant - List and Map on the Town website; Key Moments in SC History on the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism website; mountpleasanthistorical.orgTimeline of the Revolutionary War on the Town website; and The Revolutionary War in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina on the Town website
 
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