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April 13, 1863 Federal forces engage Fort Bisland in Bayou Teche Louisiana
April 13, 1863 Ambrose Burnside issue General Order 38 in which he stated "anyone found guilty of committing acts for the benefit of the enemies of our country will be subject to execution."
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April 13, 1864 Admiral David Porter arrives at Grand Ecore. Louisiana
  David Porter
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Beginning at 4:30 am on the 12th and continuing until the morning of the 13th, Confederate batteries along the shore of Charleston Harbor fire on Fort Sumter under the command of Major Robert Anderson. Anderson arranges a surrender with Texas Senator Louis Wigfall on the morning of the 13th. South Carolina
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