Fort Pulaski Interior Wall
Fort Pulaski, Georgia
Within the protected walls of Fort Pulaski, the floors from which canons positioned their defense stood atop cisterns which collected filtered rain water for use within the fort. The southeast corner of the fort was the most targeted and damaged during the bombardment by Union forces in 1862. Although some damage was repaired by Union troops after taking control, many of the fort’s interior and exterior wounds are still visible. Andy captured this look backward into time frozen for more than a century-and-a-half.
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