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CONTENTS OF VOLUME FOUR) PAGA FRONTISPIECE, "WITH FATE AGAINST THEM." By Gilbert 4Gaul. ....... ......... VI LIST OF MAPS.................................................................... XVIII LIST OF ARTISTS .......................................................x. . .. XIX LIST OF DRAUGHTSMEN .... . ................... .......x......................... XIX LIST OF ENGRAVERS ...... .. . ...................x................. ............. XIX EDITORS' NOTE ........ . .... .....................x.......................... xx INDEX TO THE FOUR VOLUMES .................... ......... .......... .......... 769 CHARLESTON. THE DEFENSE OF CHARLESTON ... . ............ GENERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD ..... . I ILLUSTRATI-y8: On the Union Picket Li.e - Relieving Pickets (WV. Taber) -Map of Charleston Harbor and Vicinity(Jacob vells)- Map of the Soth Carolina Coast(Jacob Wells)-CastlePinckneyCharleston Harbor, from sketch by R. K. Snuede (C. A. Vanderhoof) - Interior of Fort Potnan and Soath-east Angle of the Confederate Fort Marshall, from Brady photos. (J. 0. Davidson) - Colonel D. B. Harris, C. S. A. from photo. lent by MaJor John Johnsion-The Monitor "' Weehawken," and Effect of the Shot from Fort Sumter on the Plating and 8moke-tack of the "Weehawken" (XoanthIu Smits)-Charleston under Fire (Thea. R. Davis) -The First Breach in Fort Sumter, from Cook photo.- "The Battery," Charleston (J. Wells C:amppey) - General Quincy A. Gillmore, from Brady photo. THE CONFEDERATE DEFENSE OF FORT SUMTER .. MAJOR JOHN JOHNSON. ..... 23 ILLUSTRATION: Captain Thomas A. Huguenin in the Headquarters-room, Fort Sumter, from sketeh lent by Captain Hluguenn (E. J. Meeker). MINOR OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTH AT- I PROFESSOR JAMES RUSSELL SOLEY 27 LANTIC SQUADRON UNDER DU PONT. . ILLUSTRATIONS: The Union Tug "Plato " (with Torpedo Rake at the bow) in the Stono River, near Charleston, from sketch by Horatio L. Wait (E. J. Meeker) -The Mouitor "M ontauk " destroying the Confederate Privateer " Nashville" near Fort McAllister, Ogeechee River, Georgia (J. 0. Davidson). THE EARLY MONITORS ................... CAPTAIN JOHN ERICSSON .......... 30 ILLUSTRATIONS: Interior View of the Turret of a Sea-going Monitor, from litho. ient by Capt. Erics- son - Section of the null of a Sea-going Monitor, from plan lent by Capt. Ericsonu. DU PONT'S ATTACK AT CHARLESTON ........... REAR-ADMIRAL C. R. P. RODGERS .. 32 ILLUSTRATIONS: The Monitor "M Montauk" beached forRepairs (.1. 0. Davidson) -Mapof the Blockade of Confederate Ports (Jacob Wells) - Rear-Admiral C. R. P. Rodger., from Brady photo. - Bombard- ment of Fort Sumter and Adjacent Forts by the Union Fleet, April 7th, 1863 (J. 0. DavidsonJ - Rear- Admiral D. M. Fairfax, from photo.- The Monitor " Weehawken " capturing the Confederate Iron-clad Ram "Atlanta" (J. 0. Deaidsa-)-Rear-Admiral Daniel Ammen, from photo.-Rear-Admiral J. A. Dahlgren, from photo. tent by Horatio L. Wait. THE BOAT ATTACK ON SUMTER ................ REAR-ADMIRAL THOS. H. STEVENS . 47 ILLuSTBRATIONS The Boat Attack on Fort Suniter (J. 0. Davidso-)0 THE SOUTH ATLANTIC BLOCKADING SQUADRON ......: ............................... of THE ARMY BEFORE CHARLESTON IN 1863 ....... GENERAL QUINCY A. GILLMORE .....5. 52 Il.L.USTRATIOsN: Thirty-pounder Parrott Rifles in Battery Hlays, fron- photo. Icut by Colonel W. S. Stryker (W. Tab,-) -The Night Assault on Battery Wagner (J. 0. Daeidson) - Colonel Robert G. Shaw, from photo. lent by Mrs. Charles Russell Lowell -The Marsh Battery after the Explosion of the 1' Swamp Angel," from photo. lent by Colonel W. S. Stryker (WV. Tabe) - Brevet Brigadier-Generni E. W. Serrell, from photo,. let by Colonel W. S. Stryker (V. Gribayedoff) -Tue Marsh Battery armed with Mortars, after the Explosion of the "S wamp Angel," from sketch by Horatio L. Wait (E. J. JMfeetrk). THE "SWAMP ANGEL" ............. ........... COLONEL WILLIAM S. STRYKER... 72 ILLUSTRATIONS: The "Swamp Angel" in position (The.. R. Daris)-The "Swamp Angel" mounted as a Monument, In Trenton, New Jersey (Thco. R. Davis). THE OPPOSING LAND FORCES AT CHARLESTON . . .... .... ......... ............ 7-d ) In order to save much repetition, particular credit is here given to the Massachusetts Commandery of the Loyal Legion, to Colonel Arnold A. Rand, General Albert Ordway, nmd Charles B. Ball for the use of pbotogrnphs and drawings. War-time pbotographers, whose work is of the greatest historical value and has been freelv di-iwvn upon in the preparation of the illustrations, are M. B. Brady, Alexander Gardner, and Captain A. J. Russell in the North; and D. H. Anderson of Richmond, Va., and George S. Cook of Charleston, S. C.- the latter, since the war, having succeeded to the ownership of the Anderson negatives. Ix

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