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Where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter and distant main land in right, Charleston, S.C.

Ruins of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C.

View of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C., from the east.

Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor.

Interior of Fort Sumter, 1863-65. ("Madly disfigured but still in the ring.")

Fort Sumter, from Sullivan's Island.

East face of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C.

Where the Civil War began - Fort Sumter and distant main land in right, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Sumter, from Sullivan's Island.

[Fort Sumter.]

Interior of Fort Sumter, 1863-65. ("Madly disfigured but still in the ring.")

[Fort Sumter.]

Ruins of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor.

East face of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C.

View of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C., from the east.

A 300 pounder (parrot gun [Parrott rifle]) on Morris Island, S.C., firing on Fort Sumter.

Fort Sumter, 1861.

Fort Sumter after the bombardment.

Fort Sumter after the bombardment.

[Fort Sumter, 1861.]

Fort Sumter, exterior view of land face.

Fort Sumter after the bombardment.

[Fort Sumter, 1861.]

Fort Sumter, exterior view of land face.

Fort Sumter, 1861.

Fort Sumter, 1861.

Fort Sumter after the bombardment.

Interior view of Fort Sumter, taken April 1861, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Sumter after the bombardment.

Fort Sumter, 1861.

Fort Sumter after the bombardment.

A 300 pounder (parrot gun [Parrott rifle]) on Morris Island, S.C., firing on Fort Sumter.

Interior view of Fort Sumter, taken April 1861, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Sumter, 1865.

Fort Sumter, 1865.

Interior view of Fort Sumter, taken in 1868, Charleston, S.C.

Interior view of Fort Sumter, taken in 1868, Charleston, S.C.

Fort Sumter in 1872.

Fort Sumter in 1872.

Fort Sumter from Battery, Charleston, S. C.

Fort Sumter, Charleston S. C.

Philadelphia Baseball Club and Charleston, Fort Sumter, Charleston

Philadelphia Baseball Club and Charleston, Fort Sumter, Charleston

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