Correct.Bill of Rights and later Amendments. To the Constitution. Not the Bill of Rights - they have never, nor can they be, amended. Amendments can be repealed and new amendments added, through a very clearly defined process.AFAIK, Prohibition is the only Amendment that has been repealed. It was quickly recognized that it was a "solution" to a problem that actually created more problems.
A good example is the 12th amendment modifying the Constitution (because it wasn’t quite clear what problems were inherent in the system as devised) with the election of the President and Vice President. The 12th itself was in turn was superseded by the 20th and changed further still by the 21st (to a degree).
And yes the only Amendment to be repealed was the 19th.
The 19th is a perfect example of why banning things are a bad idea at a Constitutional level and strangely relevant today. It taught an entire generation of Americans the possibility for disregarding the law, gave rise to organized crime that took 60-70 years to break.
It was a bad idea born of good intentions. And we all know (or should); “the road to Hell is paved with good intentions.”