A postcard of the Parade Ground of Fort Moultrie. The back of the postcard reads, "The parade ground of Fort Moultrie, situated on Sullivan's Island was first called Fort Sullivan and later named after General Moultrie. It was originally built of palmetto logs and sand, and here Sergeant Jasper amidst shot and shell, jumped over parapets onto the beach, rescued the flag and put in place again."
A postcard of Fort Moultrie near the Charleston Harbor on Sullivan's Island. The back of the postcard reads, "This fort is built on the site of the palmetto log and sand bag fort which repulsed the British fleet on June 28, 1776."