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Plan of Fort Negley

Plan of Fort Negley

tennessee battle flags | The Confederate Battle Flag of the 4th Tennessee Infantry

The Confederate Battle Flag of the 4th Tennessee Infantry

tennessee battle flags | The Confederate Battle Flag of the 4th Tennessee Infantry

The War Torn Cross, the fourth battle flag of the 26th Tennessee Infantry. August Depot issue, 1864

The War Torn Cross, the fourth battle flag of the 26th Tennessee Infantry. August Depot issue, 1864

Famous Confederate Battle Flags 1. From Bragg's Army 2. Forty second Miss. Reg't. 3. Twelfth Miss. Cavalry 4. Ninth Texas Reg't. 5. Austin's Battery 6. So. Carolina Flag 7. Texas Black Flag 8. Virginia Flag

Famous Confederate Battle Flags 1. From Bragg's Army 2. Forty second Miss. Reg't. 3. Twelfth Miss. Cavalry 4. Ninth Texas Reg't. 5. Austin's Battery 6. So. Carolina Flag 7. Texas Black Flag 8. Virginia Flag

"The Confederate Battle Flag of the 31st Tennessee Volunteers, “The Western Stars”. A Confederate battle flag that was never surrendered or captured is a rare find indeed. This flag is just such a rarity. An Army of Tennessee pattern, it was probably delivered to Company A of the 31st Tennessee Infantry when the regiment wintered in Dalton, Georgia from 1863 to 1864 since this pattern is known to have been issued at the Dalton Depot."

The Confederate Battle Flag of the 31st Tennessee Volunteers

"The Confederate Battle Flag of the 31st Tennessee Volunteers, “The Western Stars”. A Confederate battle flag that was never surrendered or captured is a rare find indeed. This flag is just such a rarity. An Army of Tennessee pattern, it was probably delivered to Company A of the 31st Tennessee Infantry when the regiment wintered in Dalton, Georgia from 1863 to 1864 since this pattern is known to have been issued at the Dalton Depot."

Sherman's Troop Position (East of Joe Dillon Road - Looking East towards Pittsburg Landing); Forrest, Battle of Fallen Timbers at Shiloh.

Sherman's Troop Position (East of Joe Dillon Road - Looking East towards Pittsburg Landing); Forrest, Battle of Fallen Timbers at Shiloh.

Confederate cemetery at Carnton Plantation - soldiers were buried and reburied there by the McGavock family after the Battle of Franklin.

Confederate cemetery at Carnton Plantation - soldiers were buried and reburied there by the McGavock family after the Battle of Franklin.

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