The Record of Fort Sumter: From Its Occupation by Major Anderson, to Its Reduction by South Carolina Troops During the Administration of Governor Pickens
South Carolinian Steam Job Printing Office, 1862 - Fort Sumter (Charleston, S.C.) - 50 pages
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Abraham Lincoln act of hostility arms battery blood brave Brigadier General Simons Castle Pinckney circumstances Colonel Manigault Colonel Pettigrew Commanding Fort Sumter communication constituted authorities December deem defend delivery demand desired dignity or safety duty Executive Office F. W. PICKENS feel fellow-citizens fire flag forbearance force Fort Johnson Fort Moultrie fortress gallant garrison Government Governor of South governor to major harbor of Charleston Harriet Lane Headquarters heavy guns I. W. Hayne immediate independence instructions JAMES BUCHANAN January 11 January 9 letter Major Anderson Major General Schnierle Major Robert Anderson Major U. S. Army military morning Morris Moultrie necessity negotiations night notified obedient servant occupy Ordinance of Secession Ordnance pledge position possession of troops present President Buchanan public property purpose rebels received regard reinforce Fort Sumter reply respectfully sent Sullivan's Island telegraphed tion traitors treason United vessels WALTER GWYNN Washington West