Well, missed it, but of note.
On Saturday, August 13, Dr. Chris Fonvielle gave a talk on "After Fisher: Action At Sugarloaf Lines."
With the fall of Fort Fisher, Union attention was drawn to the capture of the port of Wilmington, N.C.
Defending the approach from Fort Fisher was a series of earthworks in and around Sugarloaf Hill on the Cape Fear River. It bisected the peninsula and ran eastward until reaching Myrtle Grove Sound.
The talk was held at the Fort Fisher Museum.
I'd Have Like to Have Been There. --Old B-R'er