Battle at Fort Sumter
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General Robert Anderson was positioned with 85 of his soldiers at Fort Moultrie. Later, they moved to fort Sumter, but then realized their location was dangerous.
General P.G.T. Beauregard send aides to demand that the union surrender. When Anderson refused, confederate soldiers opened fire on Fort Sumter for 34 hours.
In the end, General Anderson eventually surrendered the fort. Surprisingly, there were no soldiers killed or wounded. Anderson was able to perform a 50 gun salute due to the surrender.
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