Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [s'ʌmtɚ]
That's Fort Sumter.
"I am making a new flag for Fort Sumter," she said.
"That is twice you have been to Fort Sumter without meaning to go, isn't it?"
"Right away after Christmas, unless Fort Sumter is attacked before that time.
And unless Major Anderson takes possession of Fort Sumter the Confederates will."
The bloodless bombardment and surrender of Fort Sumter occurred on April 13, 1861.
The small boat that he had predicted put out from Sumter and quickly landed at the Battery.
And she thought, too, of the pleasure it would be to once more sail the Butterfly to Fort Sumter.
"I am ordered by the Government of the Confederate States to demand the evacuation of Fort Sumter.
At that moment the wind strengthened, and the flag stood straight out over the lofty walls of Sumter.