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Confederate gunners pouch manufactured by J Darrow, Augusta, Ga.

Uniform of John G Ballentine, 7th Tenn. Cavalry

Crenshaw Grey uniform coat worn by Lt. Charles Ellis Munford of the Letcher Artillery. Munford was killed July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill. Photo courtesy the Virginia Historical Society www.Virginia Historical.org.

Confederate First National Flag of General Gustavus Smith, 1861, Cowan's Auctions:

The Personal Battle Flag of Confederate General JEB Stuart

Headquarters flag of Gen. Randall L. Gibson

Headquarters flag of Chief Engineers A.N.V.

Possibly Headquarters flag of Gen. Samuel French, C.S.A.

Headquarters flag of Gen. Jubal A. Early.

Used as Gen. William L Jackson’s HQ flag during the war.

One of three silk battle flags made in September 1861 upon approval of the design. Made in 1861 by Hetty Cary of Baltimore, MD, presented to Gen. Johnston in December 1861, and used as his Headquarters flag'

HQ flag of the MD Line, commanded by Gen. Johnson. 19” x 40.25”

Headquarters, Gen. Dabney H. Maury. Made by ladies of Mobile, AL, for Gen. Maury’s HQ; used during siege of Mobile.

According to the early members of the Duxbury GAR post, this is a Confederate headquarters flag taken from New Orleans.

Brigadier General John Adams Adams’s headquarters flag, which was donated in 1907 by the general’s widow.Currently maintained at the Tennessee State Museum, this flag finds itself in dire need of conservation.

Tennessee badges of distinction are to be marked on sleeves and collars. Badges of distinguished rank, on collar only. Brigadier - General—3 large stars Colonel — 2 large stars Lt. Colonel — 1 large star Major — 1 small star and 1 horizontal bar Captain — 3 small stars 1st Lt. — 2 small stars 2nd Lt. — l small star

Private W.T. Harbison of Company B, 11th North Carolina Infantry Regiment wearing the North Carolina sackcoat with black strips on the shoulder and falling collar as specified in the above regulation.[Library of Congress]

Leggings worn by Collis Zouaves - 114th Pa. regt

114th Pa. Regt. - Collis Zouaves

Illustration of one of Meagher's Zouaves, a member of the 69th New York regiment of volunteer Civil War soldiers

Lightly tinted image on glass of a Union Zouave which is tentatively identified as the 35th New Jersey. - See more at: www.stewartsmilit...

4th AL Inf., Co. B - Tuskegee Zouaves / Alabama Zouaves

1861 Currier Ives entitled Captain. Thomas Francis Meagher. Zouave Corps Of The 'Sixty-Ninth'. Meagher appears in his zouave uniform of the 69th New York Vols

Thomasville Zouaves 1861 from Georgia

Ambrotype of Hugh Hamilton the “Flag Bearer” of the famous 4th Virginia Cavalry “ Black Horse Troop”. Wearing a green pleated battle shirt young as he was he served with Company H until he was wounded by a sword during a cavalry battle near Waynesborough in 1864. He lived until 1928 . - GaryHendershott.net