LOCKWOOD, ROBERT H. - INTERVIEWEE

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Transcript of oral history interview, 12 September 2013. <BR />
Transcript of oral history interview, 12 September 2013. <BR />
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Interviewed by Kerry Taylor, from The Citadel's Oral History Initiative. <BR />
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Interviewed by Kieran Taylor, from The Citadel's Oral History Initiative. <BR />
Language: This interview is in English. <BR />
Language: This interview is in English. <BR />
Transcript: 39 pages. <BR />
Transcript: 39 pages. <BR />

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LOCKWOOD, ROBERT H. - INTERVIEWEE

Transcript of oral history interview, 12 September 2013.
Interviewed by Kieran Taylor, from The Citadel's Oral History Initiative.
Language: This interview is in English.
Transcript: 39 pages.
Final copy prepared November 2017.

Abstract
Robert “Rabbit” Lockwood grew up on the South Battery in Charleston, South Carolina. In his interview, Lockwood describes his long and rich family history, which dates back to the earliest Europeans in South Carolina, including two family members who were blockade runners for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Lockwood’s family tradition of seafarers also included his grandfather and great-uncle who were pilots in Charleston harbor. During his early years, he attended Gaud School for Boys and Charleston High before majoring in Civil Engineering at The Citadel. After graduation, Lockwood became an apprentice harbor pilot, working at the Charleston Harbor until he retired at the age of seventy. In his reflections, Lockwood considers himself lucky to have been able to keep this job and avoid the fate of many of his classmates, who served in Vietnam. He also shares some of his more memorable experiences as a harbor pilot.

A2010.023.18

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