by Barnard (George N.)
cannon; cheval de frise; Parrott Rifle gun
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Charleston harbor; Charleston SC; Fort Sumter SC; South Carolina
CS Army; US Army
Library of Congress
Image ID: AKZW
Photographic History. The War For The Union. War Views. No. 3052. View of Fort Sumpter [sic], showing the debris, shot, and shell, and broken guns. [Anthony Co. stereo card]
War Views. Charleston, S. C. and Forts in Vicinity. No. 347. Sea Face of Fort Sumpter [sic], showing Broken Guns, &c. [John P. Soule stereo card]
Photographic War History. The War For The Union. 1861-1865. No. 6052. Fort Sumter after the Bombardment. This is a view of a portion of the exterior of the celebrated Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, S. C. The heavy batteries on Morris Island aided by a fleet of Monitors, gave this fort a terrible bombardment. It was, at the commencement of this bombardment, a handsome, symetrical [sic] fort. This photograph was made after the bombardment, and shows what a fearful pounding the fort has received; in fact it is scarcely more than a mass of ruins. Shot, shell, and dismounted and broken cannon are scattered about like leaves of a forest. [Taylor & Huntington stereo card]
Anthony No. 3052.
Etched onto negative: 3052, changed to 6052. copyright.