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  •  South Carolina‘s ‘ultimatum‘ by Currier & Ives 1861.
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    South Carolina‘s ‘ultimatum‘ by Currier & Ives 1861.

    South Carolina‘s ‘ultimatum‘ by Currier & Ives 1861. In late December 1860 three commissioners from the newly seceded state of South Carolina met with lame-duck President Buchanan to negotiate for possession of Fort Sumter, a federal installation in Charleston Harbour. Buchanan‘s attempts to stay the situation and South Carolina governor Francis Pickens‘s insistence on Union evacuation of the fort are ridiculed here. Pickens (left) holds a lit fuse to a giant Union cannon ‘Peacemaker,‘ which is pointed at his own abdomen. He threatens, ‘Mr. President, if you don‘t surrender that fort at once, I‘ll be ‘blowed‘ if I don‘t fire.‘ Buchanan (right) throws up his hands in alarm and cries, ‘Oh don‘t! Governor Pickens, don‘t fire! till I get out of office.‘ In the background a steamer makes its way across Charleston Harbour toward Fort Sumter. The print probably appeared early in 1861, amid moun、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ

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