Cover: National Park Service photograph of Ft. Pulaski National
TEXT BY HERBERT M. SCHILLER
Maps by George Skoch
Thanks to Kent Cave and Tally Kirkland at Fort Pulaski National
Monument and to Daniel Brown at Fort McAllister State Historical Park.
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|Key for photo and illustration identification:|
|BL||Battles and Leaders of the Civil War|
|FL||Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper|
|FMTW||Frank and Marie-Therese Wood Print Collection, Alexandria, VA|
|LC||Library of Congress, Washington, DC|
|NPS||National Park Service|
|USAMHI||United States Army Military Historical Institute, Carlisle, PA|
Want to Learn
The following books are suggested reading for
additional insights into the Civil War and its key battles:
Daniel J. Crooks, Lee in the Lowcountry: Defending
Charleston & Savannah 1861-1862 (Charleston: The History
Press, 2008) and Herbert M. Schiller, Sumter Is Avenged!:
The Siege and Reduction of Fort Pulaski (Shippensburg:
White Mane Publishing Company, 1995), as well as the
NPS Historical Handbook #18: Fort Pulaski
(Washington: National Park Service, 1961)