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Maj. Gen. Thomas Sumter

Letter to [Thomas Sumter?]

Letter to [Thomas Sumter?]

Letter to [Thomas Sumter?]

Letter to [Thomas Sumter?]

Letter to [Thomas Sumter?]

Letter to [Thomas Sumter?]

A ferry on the French Broad

Marion

Picturesque America - On the French Broad, North Carolina

[Tarleton.]

Francis Rawdon, Earl of Moira

Maj. Gen. Wade Hampton.

Lieut. Col. Banastre Tarleton

Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates

[Col. Henry Lee.]

Genl. Sumter

Lieut. Col. Tarlton

Horatio Gates to Thomas Sumter, November 26, 1780

View at Rocky Mount; Hanging Roack; View of the Great Falls of the Catawba; View at the site of Rugeley's Mill; View at Rugeley's.

The Right Honble. Charles Earl Cornwallis, Governor General of Bengal and the British Forces in the East Indies

Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Greene

Major General Thomas Sumter

[Sumter, Thomas.] Catabaw River. To General Morgan

[Sumter, Thomas.] Catabaw River. To General Morgan

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Sumter, March 24, 1801

Sumter District, South Carolina /

Sumter, F - State: [Blank] - Year: 1848 - File Number: S33

Fort Sumter South Carolina, 1860 (Map)

Sumter, 61

Major [Robert] Anderson's command at Fort Sumter

Battery on Morris Island, gun that fired over 1200 shots into Fort Sumter

Bombardment of Ft. Sumter

View from east angle parapet of Ft Sumter Charleston Harbor S. C. facing Morris Island.

Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter

[Two views: Group of guns and gun carriages dismantled by Major Anderson at Fort Moultire; Battery at Fort Moultrie, bearing on Fort Sumter]

The Evacuation of Fort Sumter

The housetops in Charleston during the bombardment of Sumter

Ft. Sumter, the day after its first bombardment

Confederate flag flying. Ft. Sumter after the evacuation of Maj. Anderson - interior view

Sumter, Israel - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

The prayer at Sumter, December 27, 1860

The flag of Fort Sumter

View from east angle parapet of Ft Sumter Charleston Harbor S. C. facing Morris Island.

Fort Sumter

Part of Charleston Harbor, embracing forts Moultrie, Sumter, Johnson, and Castle Pinckney, also Sullivan, James & Morris islands; and showing the position of the Star of the West, when fired into from Morris Island.

Hamilton's Floating Battery Moored at the End of Sullivan's Island the Night Before They Opened Fire upon Fort Sumter

Sumter Light Guards, Company K, 4th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA. April 1861

Sumter

Abraham Lincoln to Winfield Scott, [April 14, 1861] (Requests Fort Sumter messenger)

Fort Johnson, James Island, looking toward Fort Sumter

Salient with North-west Casemates, Fort Sumter

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Battery Hays. One 8-inch Parrot Rifle dismounted. Breaching battery against Fort Sumter]

[Fort Sumter]

Map showing siege operations against forts Sumter and Wagner, between July 13th & Sept. 7th, 1863, Maj. T. B. Brooks, A.D.C. & Assist. Engrs. Published by permission of Genl. Gillmore at the U.S. Coast Survey Office.

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Battery Rosecrans. Three 100-pounder Parrot Rifles. Breaching battery against Fort Sumter]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Battery Hays. One 8-inch Parrot Rifle, dismounted. Breaching battery against Fort Sumter]

Plan of the attack on Ft. Sumter, April 6th, 1863.

[Fort Sumter]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Naval Battery. Two 8-inch Parrot Rifles. Breaching Battery against Fort Sumter]

Plan of Andersonville Prison or "Camp Sumter," April, 1864.

Plan of Andersonville Prison, Sumter Co., Georgia.

Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), east face, Charleston Harbor, S.C., showing the palmetto works erected to strengthen the fort

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), S.C., looking south, showing officers' quarters

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), showing the debris, shot, shell, and broken guns

The old flag again, waves over Sumter

View of Ft. Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), showing a mingled mass of debris, shot, shell & bursted gun

View from the parapet of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), S.C., with Charleston in the distance. Taken April 14, '65, on the occasion of the raising of the old flag

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), on the parapet, overlooking the harbor and distant shore

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865. Awaiting the arrival of Gen. Anderson and the invited guests

Ft. Sumter view from parapet.

View of the east face of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C.

The light house and bomb proofs of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), S.C.

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter). Interior, showing sallyport (entrance to the fort)

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865, during the ceremonies of raising the old flag

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), S.C., looking south-east

View from the parapet of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), S.C., with Charleston in the distance. Taken April 14, '65, on the occasion of the raising of the old flag

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), showing the debris, shot, and shell

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter). On the parapet, overlooking the harbor

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter). Interior, showing remains of a casemate and other ruins

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), showing the debris, shot and shell

Abraham Lincoln to Edwin M. Stanton, Tuesday, March 28, 1865 (Fort Sumter ceremony and James E. Yeatman)

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., taken from the sand bar

Interior of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 14th, 1865, during the ceremony of raising the old flag

The light house of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), Charleston Harbor, S.C. Morris Island in the distance

The Sumter running the blockade of St. Pierre, Martinique, by the enemy's ship, "Iroquois," on the 23d. Nov. 1861 / lith. by Hoen & Co. Balto.

map from "Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-'61"

Thomas Sumter.

Andersonville Prison, Camp Sumter, Ga., as it appeared August 1st 1864 when it contained 35,000 prisoners of war / drawn from memory by Thomas O'Dea, late private Co. E. 16th Regt. Maine Infi. Vols ; on stone by T. J. S. Landis.

Sumter, Samuel - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Fifth Infantry - West Virginia

Bombardment of Fort Sumter

Statesburg and her church. The following are copies of two interesting old documents found among the family archives of the late Col. John B. Moore of Statesburg, S. C. and through the courtesy of his son, Mr. J. Singleton Moore of Sumter, S. C.

Sumter, W F - Third Artillery (40th State Troops)

Minus, Sumter - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sixteenth Infantry, Ki - Mi - Louisiana

Sumter Avenue, Summerville, S.C.

Fort Sumpter [i.e. Sumter] from the battery, Charleston, S.C.

American Red Cross - Groups - Group of Red Cross workers. Left to right: Dr. E.M. Sommers, Brooklyn; Dr. H.P. Gillingham, New York; Mr. Norman W. Chandler, New York; Dr. F.A. Turner, Rockford, Ill.; Dr. C.A. Washburn, Springfield, Mass.; Mr. F.G. Weeks, Eldon, Mo.; Mr. E.A. Hackett, Belden, Mass.; Mr. Q.H. Moses, Sumter, S. Car

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - South Carolina - Sumter County - Sumter - ED 43-26, ED 43-27, ED 43-28, ED 43-29, ED 43-30, ED 43-31, ED 43-32, ED 43-33

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Georgia - Sumter County - Americus - ED 129-9 - ED 129-15