One horse died.
Based on all the history about Fort Sumter, it seems that there were no deaths associated with the battle of Fort Sumter.
There were only two casualties at the Battle of Fort Sumter at the beginning of the American Civil War. Both were Union Soldiers. One was killed during a planned 100-gun salute, and one was killed during evacuation. There were no Confederate casualties.
there were no casualties except for a horse
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The garrison of Fort Sumter was of 80 men.
The combined garrisons of Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie was 86 men.
600,343 troops were in the battle
There were no casualties on either side during the bombardment of Fort Sumter. There was one Union soldier, Private Daniel Hough, that was killed in an accident after the battle. As the US flag was being lowered, a 100 gun salute was in progress when a cannon burst and killed the soldier..
Only a carriage horse was killed in the first action at Fort Sumter.
The Confederate Army casualties were 1481 dead, 7627 wounded and 89 prisoners and missing.
Zero. One Union soldier died the next day due to an accident.
None, except one accidental death from a powder-barrel that exploded.
The actual bombardment of Fort Sumter lasted over the days of April 12, 13, and 14, 1861.
It lasted only a matter of days.
No one died in the Battle of Fort Sumter. It was harmless. The south fired upon the fort for over 33 hours. Unluckily, no one got wounded or died.
One soldier was killed in the battle of Fort Sumter. But it was from a flying spark landing in a gunpowder pile and exploding after the Union surrendered.
There were 13 cannons at Fort Sumter.
Nobody died at the battle of Fort Sumter. Although one person died during the surrenduring ceremoney when a cannon was went off.
There were no casualties suffered although during the evacuation on April 14 of 1861 a cannon fired earlier than it was supposed to during a salute fire. It killed one man and wounded three others
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Total casualties, just one killed, I believe, and that was by accident. A Union gunner was killed by a barrel of powder igniting, just as they were firing the farewell salute.
In Fort Sumter there were 80 Union troops.