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Tybee Island Lighthouse - Mug Collection

Tybee Island Lighthouse - Mug Collection

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Historic Lighthouse on Tybee Island - Mug Collection

Tybee Island Mugs

In 1732 General James Oglethorpe Governor of the 13th Colony ordered the construction of the Tybee Island Lighthouse which has guided sailors safely into the Savannah River for more than 285 years. Tybee Island Lighthouse is one of the most complete lighthouses in the United States with all the historic Support of its three-acre building. Rebuilt several times the current lighthouse displays the 1916 logo with 178 steps and a first-order Fresnel lens.

The wooden staircase and the top 40 feet of the tower were destroyed during the Civil War in 1861 when Confederate troops retreating to Fort Pulaski set the tower on fire to prevent Confederate troops from using it to guide their ships into the port.
After the Civil War, the Lighthouse Agency began rebuilding the Tybee Lamp. The lower sixty feet of the old lighthouse were still intact and it was decided to re-add to the existing structure. The lighthouse is now a primary station made of masonry and metal if only. It is completely fireproof. This is the beacon that stands today. 
Digitally printed on ceramic and stainless steel mugs.  You will want to add these Mugs to your collection!
Ceramic mugs are available in 2 sizes and 2 colors:  11 Oz, 15 Oz, white, and black
The Travel mugs features:
14 oz. Stainless Steel or White Mug
Friction Lid Swivel Spout and Comfort Handle
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 2.9 x 3.375 (H x W x D) / 10.6 (circle) inches

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