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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 1. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—secession. (search)
the rebel States, which the latter had not yet succeeded in taking possession of. These were Forts Pickens and Sumter, and the two forts located at the extremity of Florida, both of which were protecp-of-war Brooklyn had been lying at anchor for some time in the bay of Pensacola, in front of Fort Pickens, with troops, supplies, and ammunition; but Mr. Buchanan, yielding to the representations of of the principal sloop—the Powhatan, which carried the launches for landing—and sent her to Fort Pickens, the condition of which also caused serious uneasiness. A storm dispersed the rest of the fld used with impunity until then for their criminal purposes. Finally, on the 26th of April, Fort Pickens was placed out of all danger by the arrival of the Powhatan, which, as we have stated, had ben had been proclaimed, the Federal flag only floated upon three isolated points on the coast—Forts Pickens, Monroe, and the forts on the twin islands of Key West and Garden Key. In one word, with the<
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 1. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the first autumn. (search)
al blockade. We have stated elsewhere that Fort Pickens, which guards the entrance of Pensacola Bayn eluding the vigilance of the sentinels of Fort Pickens. They attempted in vain, on the 2d of Septately set to work to harass the garrison of Fort Pickens. On the coast of Florida, eastward of Pensextremity of this natural breakwater stands Fort Pickens. Outside the fort the Federals occupied thattle, Colonel Brown, who was in command at Fort Pickens, sent Major Vogdes with two companies of rehe moment when a small Federal steamer from Fort Pickens was about to cut off their retreat. The Withe inlet, to the Confederates, and leaving Fort Pickens, on the east side, in possession of the Fedart in the bombardment, which was opened by Fort Pickens on the morning of November 22d. Fort McRae es, and the Richmond alone seriously, while Fort Pickens had only one gun dismounted. On the Confedwas a thirty-pounder Parrott gun mounted on Fort Pickens. More to the west, in the Gulf of Mexico