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Third National Flag also known as "The Blood Stained Banner" at the MOC

CONFEDERATE 2ND NATIONAL “STAINLESS BANNER” MILITARY CAMP OR COMPANY FLAG, 1863-1864

National battle flag of the 2nd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment

In December 2006, a personal Confederate battle flag, sewn by Flora Stuart, was sold in a Heritage Auction for a world-record price for any Confederate flag, for $956,000 (including buyer's premium). The 34-inch by 34-inch flag was hand-sewn for Stuart by Flora in 1862 and Stuart carried it into some of his most famous battles.

Confederate National Flag ... With the formation of the Confederate States of America in early 1861, one of the first orders of business was to create a flag for the new nation. The Committee on the Flag and Seal was formed, and given this task. Two schools of thought in creating the flag. One was to create something that looked very similar to the existing United States flag. The second school of thought was to create a flag very different than the existing United States flag...

Eleventh Regt Conn. Volunteers 2. Headquarter Guidon Old Vermont Brigade 3. Gen. Sedgwick's 6th Corps Headquarters Flag 1

Garrison flag of Fort Fisher. 2nd national Confederate States of America flag (variant)

2nd Mississippi Battle Flag lost at Gettysburg July 1, 1863 at the railroad cut.

Third National Flag - GA Division U.C.V.

Ira Hayes (Chief Falling Cloud), Pima Native American Hero who helped raise the American flag at Iwo Jima - Arlington National Cemetery. Photo by Tony Fischer

from the book: American Flags: Designs For A Young Nation