|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|
"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"
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Forts & fortifications
|Print size||8" x 10"|
|Processing Method||Gelatin Print|