Now to determine how Charleston should be defended: Beauregard’s board of general officers

I keep returning to discuss General P.G.T. Beauregard and Charleston, South Carolina for several reasons. Not the least of which is that I love these “bypassed” theaters and feel they deserve a little more attention. And in this case I’m setting the stage for the ironclad attack on Fort Sumter (April 7, 1863). Most historiansContinue reading “Now to determine how Charleston should be defended: Beauregard’s board of general officers”