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Collection Georgia Historical Society Collection of Photographs, 1870-1960
Object Name Print, Photographic
Title Bombardment of Fort Pulaski, Cockspur Island, GEO 10th & 11th of April 1862
Description Savannah (Ga.)
Fort Pulaski
Cockspur Island
"After the bombardment of 30 hours the Fort surrendered unconditionally to the U.S. Forces, under the immediate command of Gen. Q.A. Gillmore. 360 prisoners, 47 cannons, 40,000 of powder, and a large quantity of provisions fell into the hands of the loyal North."
"Published by Currier & Ives"
Bombardment
Illustration
Walls
Civil War
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Catalog Number 1361PH-20-27-4176
Classification Military
Place Savannah (Ga.)
Subjects Savannah (Ga.)
Fort Pulaski
Cockspur Island
Military
Forts & fortifications
Walls
Civil War
Battles
Bombardment
Illustrations
Print size 8" x 10"
Processing Method Gelatin Print