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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1D Mark III
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Exposure Time 1/200 sec Flash No Flash
Focal Length 25 mm ISO 100
Metering Mode Pattern Date/Time 2007:12:31 15:45:22
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Exposure Mode 1 Keywords landmark historic marker British Occupation surrender Charleston British May 1780 General William Moultrie patriots captive memoirs recount June 1780 meeting drawing room Jacob Motte Jacob Motte's home British officers Lord Cornwallis General Patterson historical marker historic attractions information historical travel United States of America United States America US SC history famous highway popular place of interest tourist attraction tourist destination travel destination tour tourism tourist attraction destination sign American day daytime vertical education historical site outdoors outside road roadside roadsign nobody no people signs and symbols text displayed letters display South Carolina Charleston County historic marker historic site outdoor sign with text
Caption British Occupation - Following the surrender of Charleston to the British in May 1780, General William Moultrie and other patriots were held captive near here. His memoirs recount a June 1780 meeting in the upstairs drawing room of Jacob Motte's home with British officers, Lord Cornwallis and General Patterson.