The Flags They Flew During the Civil War
All of the Confederate and United States flags used during the Civil War, over 100 photos, quotes and modern aerial images tell the story of the civil war. 50+ searchable and easy to navigate pages
Battle Flag of the 8TH REGIMENT Florida Volunteer Infantry. St. Andrew's cross design; square format. Captured at Sailor's Creek on April 6, 1865 by Sergeant A.A. Clapp, 2nd Ohio Cavalry, attached to the 3rd Cavalry Division, General George Custer commanding.. Includes original wooden flag staff marked with capture number. American Civil War
Carolinian Grief Mason, 21, was bludgeoned to death with a rifle butt in a field near Spotsylvania, Va., by Pennsylvanian Stephen Rought, 22, the Union soldier determined to get the regimental flag Mason carried at any cost on May 5, 1864. Rought won the Congressional Medal of Honor, while Mason would be buried in an unmarked grave.
The Flags of Bentonville
1st and 3rd Florida, part of Finley's Brigade, which took part in the Confederate assault on the Morris Farm - the "high tide" for the Confederates at Bentonville.
5th Alabama Battalion. This flag is an Army of Northern Virginia, 3rd wool bunting issue. Flags of this issue were manufactured at the Richmond Depot between July 1862 and May 1864. The flag of the 5th Alabama Battalion was captured on July 3, 1863 during the assault on Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania1. During this assault (Pickett's Charge) the 5th Battalion was in Archer's Brigade commanded at that point by Colonel Burkett Davenport Fry, 13th Alabama Infantry.
Mississippi boys and the Flags they rallied to | Civil War History Discussion
I'm on the hunt for any and all information about any Mississippi soldier's company and/or regiment's flag. There are alot of regiments that she gave to...
Confederate flag captured at the Battle of Jackson, Mississippi and a letter from Jerome Farnsworth of the First Minnesota Regiment, Company “G”, to his mother – May 14, 1863 | Museum Collections Up Close
Confederate flag captured by the 4th Minnesota Transcription in part: Mother you said you was down harted Now Ma I just tell you that you must not get
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This is a Confederate Second National pattern battle flag carried by the Consolidated 6th & 7th Arkansas Infantry Regiment.
Silk Flag of Company H (Morris Guards) of the 17th North Carolina Regiment Courtesy of the North Carolina Museum of History