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Preface 3.1: the Federal Navy and the South French E. Chadwick, Rear-Admiral, United States Navy
The southern flag floating over Sumter on April 16, 1861--South Carolina troops drilling on the parade, two days after forcing out Anderson and his federal garrison — the flag is mounted on the parapet to the right of the former flagstaff, which has been shattered in the course of the bombardment from Charleston
Beginning of the blockade, 1861-the stars and bars over Barrancas
Inside Fort Barrancas
In these hitherto unpublished Confederate photographs appear the first guns trained upon the Federal fleet at the beginning of the blockade.
The Fort lay about a mile west of the United States Navy Yard at Pensacola and commanded the inner channel to Pensacola Bay.
When Florida seceded, January 10, 1861, about 550 Florida and Alabama State troops appeared before the barracks of Company G, 1st U. S. Artillery, 60 men. These retired into Fort Barrancas, after an attack up