The only flag known to exist from the Second Georgia Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army, made in 1860 ~ Richard Hatch Assoc. Auctions

Pinner said: The only flag known to exist from the Second Georgia Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army, made in 1860 ~ Richard Hatch Assoc.

61st Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment Battle Flag.

The was a regiment in Major General William Mahones division, This flag was surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse on April A Connecticut soldier took the flag home. Wool bunting and cotton.

2nd Mississippi Battle Flag

Mississippi Battle Flag lost at Gettysburg July 1863 at the railroad cut. Right near where my Great Great Grandpa was.

The battle flag of the 4th. USCT, Maryland. These troops fought under Ge. Benjamin Butler. (U.S.Colored Troops)

Fourth Regiment United States Colored Troops Flag Fourth Regiment United States Colored Troops Civil War Flag. Silk mounted on a wooden pole (with the eagle missing). Date of Original: 1863

Virginia Civil War Flags | Left: The 28th Virginia Infantry: The 28th Virginia was in Pickett's ...

See actual battle flags from the collection of the Museum of the Confederacy. These flags flew with units that fought on land that we are seeking to save at the Gaines' Mill battlefield.

St. Augustine in the Civil War - St. Augustine Blues Flag

Augustine in the Civil War - St. Augustine Blues Flag - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

South Carolina / Confederate flag

South Carolina / Confederate flag, I guess this won't be seen again, good job bleeding heart liberals

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