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The Battle of Fort Sumter was fought in April of 1861. It was a Confederate victory, and it led to the beginning of the American Civil War.

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The bombardment of Fort Sumter in the Charleston harbor was relentless. With no hope of resupplies or reinforcements from the North, Commander Anderson surrendered the fort.

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The Confederate forces defeated the Union forces.

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