Left flank entry
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From Fort Sumter National Monument, SC (9-8-13)
Fort Sumter (ca. April 1861)
Left Flank entry, shortly after its initial capture by the Confederates.
Fort as seen today.
Fort Sumter (ca. 1865)
Post-Union bombardment, near the end of the war.
Parade Ground Panorama
Fort Sumter (ca. 1863)
Interior damage to the fort.
Interior of fort facing Morris Island where bulk of Union bombardment was focused from.
Interior of fort showing massive wall-reinforcement construction.
Cannon facing former location of Morris Island
Cannon facing Morris Island
Present remains of Gorge Wall
Present day excavated interior damage
Present day excavated interior damage.
Officers Quarters (Gorge Wall)
Castle Pinckney (ca. 1865)
Fort Moultrie - Sally Port
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From Fort Moultrie, SC (12-21-11)
Fort Moultrie (ca. 1865)
Damaged Sally Port
WW2 Harbor Entrance Control Post
Looking towards Fort Sumter
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Looking towards ruins of Fort Sumter
Interior looking north
Ruined interior looking north
Fort Moultrie - Interior Walls
Fort Moultrie - Interior Battery
Interior mortar battery
Castillo de San Marcos
From St. Augustine, Castillo de San Marcos, Ponce Inlet Light, FL (3-25-06))
Fort Marion (Castillo de San Marcos), St. Augustine, FL (ca. 1861-65)
Fort Marion (Castillo de San Marcos), St. Augustine, FL (ca. 1861-1865)
Parade Grounds with stacked ordinance.
Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) (ca. 2009)
The Union Army advanced across these fields around 9:30am the day of battle...
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From Antietam National Battlefield, MD (6-27-09)
Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) (ca. Sept. 17, 1862)
Union artillery moves into position in this rare shot of a battle field on the actual day of the battle.
The Sunken Road (Bloody Lane) - (ca.2009)
Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg)
Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) (ca. Sept. 1862)
Confederate dead at Bloody Lane shortly after the battle.
Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) - Bloody Lane - (ca. Sept. 1862)
View of Antietam Creek from Burnside's Bridge
View of Antietam Creek