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Framed Print of Charleston, SC View of ruined buildings through porch of

Charleston, SC View of ruined buildings through porch of the
Charleston, SC View of ruined buildings through porch of the
Charleston, SC View of ruined buildings through porch of the Circular Church (150 Meeting Street). Photographs of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy - specifically of Charleston, SC 1863-1865. General Gillmore's success at Fort Pulaski earned him the conduct of a much more difficult undertaking: the reduction of the defenses of Charleston Harbor, with the aid of a squadron under Rear Adm. John A. Dahlgren.

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Framed Print of Charleston, SC View of ruined buildings through porch of the

Charleston, SC View of ruined buildings through porch of the Circular Church (150 Meeting Street). Photographs of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy - specifically of Charleston, SC 1863-1865. General Gillmore's success at Fort Pulaski earned him the conduct of a much more difficult undertaking: the reduction of the defenses of Charleston Harbor, with the aid of a squadron under Rear Adm. John A. Dahlgren. Operations began early in July 1863; by October hard work and heavy losses had reduced Fort Wagner and Battery Gregg (renamed Fort Putnam by the Federals) on Morris Island, and had silenced Fort Sumter. But no further progress was made until February 18, 1865, when Gen. William T. Sherman's approach overland broght about the evacuation of Charleston. The photographers who came to record the flag-raising ceremony at Fort Sumter on April 14, 1865, just 4 years after the surrender with which the Civil War opened, thoroughly documented the forts, Federal and Confederate, and the lovely old city, which fortunately had received only limited damage. Present-day addresses for the Charleton buildings are added when possible; the movement is in general inland from the Battery along Market Street, with excursions down side streets as they are reached, and left to the Arsenal at the then limits of town. Date 1865 April

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American , Buildings , Charleston , Church , Circular , Civil , Meeting , Porch , Ruined , Street , V Iew

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