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The Confederate defense of Fort Sumter. by Major John Johnson, C. S. Engineers. My first recollections of Fort Sumter date back to my boyhood, about 1844, when the walls had not yet been begun,
the dress-parade and hear the band play at Fort Sumter.
The fine record of this garrison, beginni homas A. Huguenin in the headquarters-room, Fort Sumter, December 7, 1864.
from a War-time sketch. and arches of the case-mates, the walls of Fort Sumter, as they are popularly called, varied from en feet in thickness.
The damage done to Fort Sumter by Du Pont's naval attack was severe in a f s striking and beautiful.
In the days of Fort Sumter's prime, a conspicuous object was the great .
It is a great mistake to suppose that Fort Sumter owed its protection mainly to the accumulat reeking with the smoke and smell of powder, Fort Sumter under fire was transformed within a year in Plato (with torpedo Rake at the bow) in the Stono River, near Charleston.
From a War-time sketch. [4 more...]