ainst Charleston, 192.
the defenses of Charleston, 193.
obstructions in Charleston harbor, 194.
attack on Fort Sumter, 195.
character of the battle, 196.
repulsh himself, the pilot and crew of the steamer) escaped in that vessel from Charleston harbor, and on the evening of the 12th
May. placed her alongside the Wabash, Dun so well known, that no vessel was decoyed into an open attempt to enter Charleston harbor, which was continually watched by a competent blockading squadron.
As us in the labors and dangers of the impending conflict.
The works around Charleston harbor to be attacked were numerous and formidable.
See map of Charleston harCharleston harbor on page 157, volume I. Along its northern margin, and commanding its channels, were five of them, the first being on the outward extremity of Sullivan's Island, he percussion powder.
Such were some of the contrivances for obstructing Charleston harbor — such were the fortifications which have been alluded to, against which