Fort Sumter, South Carolina Hand Drawn Harbor Battle Map


Located in Charleston Harbor where the first shots of the Civil War were fired on 12 April 1861. The fort was surrendered to the Confederacy the following day and stayed in Confederate hands until 1865.

This map is a hand drawing of the harbor with references of the distances between Sumter and other defensive points around the harbor. 

Result: Confederate Victory (1861 and 1863)

Created/Published: Unknown

Dimensions (Width x Height): 12x16.6

Each map is printed using the finest materials and methods. Your map will be handled with white gloves from start to finish. We use the Giclee printing method on Hahnemuhle paper, which produces a clear, extremely detailed, durable map that is perfect to be proudly displayed in your home or office.

About Our Framing (sold as an add-on):

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  • Non-glare acrylic to reduce reflection
  • Dry mount to ensure your map is smooth and without wrinkles
  • 1.5 inch, 4-ply white mat to accentuate your map 
  • Black, light walnut, and natural frame color options to match any room
  • Wire mounting

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