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Robert Anderson was for the northern leader at the battle of Fort Sumter

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P.G.T Beauregard was the Confederate leader at the Battle of Fort Sumter. The battle was the beginning of the American Civil war.

Major Anderson, commanding a small garrison on the island of Fort Sumter.

There was a battle for Fort Sumter in the American Civil War.

The Confederacy took control of the fort after the battle of Fort Sumter.

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Based on all the history about Fort Sumter, it seems that there were no deaths associated with the battle of Fort Sumter.

The battle that was fought after Fort Sumter was Manassas Junction.

The South won the battle of Fort Sumter. The Union forces surrendered and abandoned the fort.

After the surrender of Fort Sumter to the Confederates, Abraham Lincoln ordered his troops to return to their northern posts. He also sent ships by sea during the firing on Fort Sumter to be ready for a battle with the South.

Charleston Harbor, South Carolina is where The Battle of Fort Sumter is located.

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Major Robert Anderson was the Union commander of Fort Sumter.

Fort Sumter was forced to surrender on April 13, 1861. At that time the Confederacy was led by provisional President Jefferson Davis.

The war the battle was in was the Civil War. The battle was actually called "The Battle of Fort Sumter." XD

The Battle of Fort Sumter began on April 12, 1861 at 4,30 AM.

The second battle of Fort Sumter was fought on September 9, 1863.

Second Battle of Fort Sumter happened on 1863-09-07.

The Battle of Fort Sumter began and ended at Charleston Harbor, Charleston, South Carolina.

the battle of fort Sumter began in April 12-13, 1861

The Battle of Fort Sumter occurred near Charleston, South Carolina.

The garrison of Fort Sumter was of 80 men.

The Battle of Fort Sumter (April 12, 1861) was the first engagement of the American Civil War.

In the April 1861 the battle of Fort Sumter led to the Union's surrender of the fort to Confederate forces.

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