Charleston, South Carolina, The Battery Looking Toward Fort Sumter, c1915

Nearly two and a half hours after Confederate soldiers began firing upon Fort Sumter, Captain Abner Doubleday ignited the Union Army�s first shot of the Civil War. Across the harbor, Charlestonians sat in front of their homes on the Battery, enjoying the view while celebrating the outbreak of what they erroneously believed would be a quick and decisive war.

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Charleston, South Carolina, The Battery Looking Toward Fort Sumter, c1915

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