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CIVIL WAR: FORT MOULTRIE.
Fort Moultrie, batteries and a hotel on Sullivan's Island in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina during the Union blockade, 1863. Wood engraving, 1863.
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0067000
CIVIL WAR: FORT SUMTER.
The Confederate battery at Fort Moultrie firing on Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor on April 12-13, 1861. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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0091985
CHARLESTON, 1863.
View of Charleston, South Carolina, and its vicinity. Steel engraving, 1863.
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0035252
FORT SULLIVAN BATTLE, 1776.
The guns of Fort Sullivan (later Fort Moultrie) on Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, South Carolina, repelling a British squadron on 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, American, 1844.
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0075585
FORT SULLIVAN BATTLE, 1776.
Sergeant William Jasper replacing the colors during the British attack on Fort Sullivan (later Fort Moultrie) on Sullivan's Island at the entrance to the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0069098
WILLIAM JASPER.
American Revolutionary War hero. Sergeant Jasper replacing South Carolina's banner during the victory over the British at Fort Moultrie, South Caronlina, 1776. Lithograph, 19th century.
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0075584
FORT SULLIVAN BATTLE, 1776.
The British attack on Fort Sullivan (later Fort Moultrie) on Sullivan's Island at the entrance to the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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0129787
FORT SULLIVAN, 1776.
Fort Sullivan (later Fort Moultrie) on Sullivan's Island at the entry to the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina. English engraved plan from a drawing made two weeks after the British naval attack, 28 June 1776.
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0002533
CIVIL WAR: FORT SUMTER.
Front page of 'The New York Times', 13 April 1861, announcing 'The War Commenced' the previous day when the first gun was fired by Fort Moultrie against Fort Sumter.
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0067179
CIVIL WAR: FORT SUMTER.
The Confederate battery at Fort Moultrie firing on Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor on 12-13 April 1861: wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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0101627
CIVIL WAR: FORT MOULTRIE.
Confederate battery at Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, South Carolina. Wood engraving, 1864.
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0069100
WILLIAM JASPER (c1750-1779).
American Revolutionary War hero. Sergeant Jasper at the Battle of Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, 1776. Wood engraving, 1883, after an illustration by Howard Pyle.
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0265245
SIEGE OF CHARLESTON, 1863.
'The Siege of Charleston - Explosion of the magazine at Fort Moultrie.' Engraving, 1863.
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CHARLESTON, 1863.
View of Charleston, South Carolina, and its vicinity. Steel engraving, 1863.
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0265191
CHARLESTON, 1861.
'The City of Charleston, South Carolina.' Engraving, 1861.
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0067626
GUNPOWDER SEIZURE, 1774.
Members of Major John Sullivan's raiding party transport kegs of gunpowder, which they have seized from Fort William and Mary at Portsmouth, over snowy New Hampshire terrain, December 1774: wood engraving, 1886, after Howard Pyle.
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0031622
FORT WILLIAM & MARY, 1774.
The capture of Fort William and Mary at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, December 1774, by Major John Sullivan, a member of the first Continental Congress. Wood engraving, 1886, after Howard Pyle.
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0011242
BATTLE OF FORT MOULTRIE.
Sergeant William Jasper replacing the colors during the British attack on Sullivan's Island (Fort Moultrie) at the entrance to Charleston (S.C.) Harbor, 28 June 1776: colored engraving, 19th century.
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0071439
FORT MOULTRIE BATTLE, 1776.
The guns of Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, South Carolina, repelling a British squadron on 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, American, 1844.
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0057730
FORT MOULTRIE BATTLE, 1776.
The guns of Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, South Carolina, repelling a British squadron on 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, American, 1844.
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0070787
GUNPOWDER SEIZURE, 1774.
Members of Major John Sullivan's raiding party transport kegs of gunpowder, which they have seized from Fort William and Mary at Portsmouth, over snowy New Hampshire terrain, December 1774: wood engraving, 1886, after Howard Pyle.