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Jan. 6: Seizure of U. S. Arsenal at Appalachicola

By State Troops.

Jan. 7: Seizure of Fort Marion, at St. Augustine

By State Troops.

Jan. 10: Adoption of Secession Ordinance

By State.

Jan. 10: Transfer of U. S. Troops

From Barrancas Barracks to Fort Pickens.

Jan. 12: Seizure of Barrancas Barracks, Forts Barrancas and McRae, and Navy Yard, Pensacola

By State Troops.

Jan. 12: Surrender of Fort Pickens


Jan. 14: Garrison of Fort Taylor, Key West

By U. S. Troops.

Jan. 15: Surrender of Fort Pickens

Again demanded.

Jan. 16: Action at Cedar Keys

U. S. Navy.

Jan. 18: Garrison of Fort Jefferson, Tortugas

By U. S. Troops.

Jan. 18: Surrender of Fort Pickens

Demanded for the third time.

Feb. 6: Arrival off Pensacola

Of U. S. S. "Brooklyn" with Reinforcements.

April 17: Arrival at Fort Pickens

Of Reinforcements.

Sept. 2: Destruction of Pensacola Navy Yard

By Boats from U. S. Squadron.

Sept. 14: Destruction of Privateer "Judah" near Pensacola

By Crew of U. S. Flagship "Colorado." Union loss, 3 killed, 15 wounded. Total, 18.

Oct. 9: Action Santa Rosa

NEW YORK--6th Infantry. UNITED STATES--Battery "A," 1st Arty.; Batteries "C" and "H," 2d Arty.; 3d Infantry (Cos. "C," "E"). Union loss, 14 killed, 29 wounded. Total, 43.

Nov. 22-23: Engagement with Confederate works at Pensacola, Bombardment of Fort Pickens

NEW YORK--6th Infantry. UNITED STATES--Batteries "A," "F" and "L," 1st Arty.; "C," "H" and "K," 2d Arty.; 3d Infantry. (Cos. "C," "E"). Union loss, 5 killed, 7 wounded. Total. 12.

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