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    Cumming`s Point on Morris Island

Taken from the southeast salient, this photo shows how very close Battery Gregg was to Fort Sumter. The Confederate situation in severely damaged Fort Sumter became extremely unpleasant after Fort Wagner and Battery Gregg were both evacuated during the night of September 6-7, 1863. These fiercely defended positions were the object of relentless seige operations by General Quincy Gilmore`s Federal seige army. When the defenders finally left, the last parallel or Federal trench was less than 50 feet from Fort Wagner.


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