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English: Fort Pickens, Pensacola Harbour, Florida, looking seaward. Fort McRae in the distance. Fom a sketch by mrs. lieutenant Gilman, just arrived from Pensacola.
Date 23 February 1861
Source Via Civil War Harper's Weekly, February 23, 1861
Author Gilman. Printed in Harper's Weekly

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30° 19′ 20.00″ N, 87° 16′ 36.00″ W

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