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Battle Flag of Latham's, Pott's and Flanner's Co F 13th Battalion NC Light Artillery

Civil War Era NC | 55th North Carolina Infantry Regimental Battle Flag

Battle Flag of the 4th North Carolina Infantry. Second bunting issue of the Richmond Depot. On July 23, 1862, the Confederate War Dept. authorized battle ...

23rd North Carolina battle flag captured at Gettysburg. | Save This American Civil War Standard! | Civil War Flags | Pinterest | Civil wars, American civil ...

Battle Flag of the 14th North Carolina Infantry. 4th wool issue from the Richmond Depot

Texas Battle flag lost during Appomattox campaign.

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Battle Flag of the North Carolina 12th, captured at the Battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. 19 1864

Battleflag of the 4th Mississippi Infantry, captured by the 5th Minnesota Infantry at the Battle of Nashville – Picture by Author ...

28th NC flag, Museum of the Confederacy

The 16th North Carolina State Troops (6th North Carolina Volunteers) was the first regiment entirely made up of men from western North Carolina.

23rd North Carolina battle flag captured at Gettysburg. | Save This American Civil War Standard! | Civil War Flags | Pinterest | Civil wars, American civil ...

The North Carolina 12th Infantry Regiment: Fourteen Ancestors Serving in Four Different Companies

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The regiment fought in many battles, including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, earning the nickname the "Fighting Fifth."

This illustration shows what the 26th North Carolina's colors would have looked like. By the time of Gettysburg, the condition of the flag would have been ' ...

18th NC flag, NC Museum of History

The regiment fought in many battles, including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, earning the nickname the "Fighting Fifth.

Organized at Grand Rapids and sent to the field 11 October 1862, the Sixth Michigan flew this flag.

I "Granville Stars" NC Infantry, died of Smallpox at Fort Delaware in 1863 after his capture at Gettysburg.

Finding Meaning in the Flag: Contextualizing the Confederate Flag

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North Carolina Monument at the Stone Mountain Battlefield

Colonel John F. Hoke

Organized at Grand Rapids and sent to the field 11 October 1862, the Sixth Michigan flew this flag. It bears the motto "Fear Not Death; Fear Dishonor."

The North Carolina Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans recently raised over $8,000 to conserve the Gettysburg-captured flag of the 23rd North ...

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#26 Seventh Michigan Infantry (National) Battle Flag SC-25-90

Colonel Henry King Burgwyn Jr. is buried in the Confederate plot in the Historic Oakwood Cemetery, in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The monument is dedicated to the 32 North Carolina regiments that took part in the Battle of Gettysburg.

Battle Flag of the 18th Georgia while with Hood's Brigade

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Covered with Glory: The 26th North Carolina Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg: Rod Gragg: 9780807871409: Amazon.com: Books

Civil War Battle Flags. 2nd. North Carolina ...

Covered with Glory: The 26th North Carolina Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg: Rod Gragg: 9780807871409: Amazon.com: Books

Interestingly, the so called "Secession Flag" was the first official North Carolina State Flag "The Old North State" ever had. The canton not so subtley ...

Finding Meaning in the Flag: Rebel Flag

37th NC flag, Museum of the Confederacy

Battle of Gettysburg

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The Sixth Michigan Infantry became the Sixth Michigan Heavy Artillery after the Siege of Port Hudson in 1863.

Guns And KKK Members At Gettysburg Confederate Rally, But No Foes To Fight | HuffPost

Lieutenant Colonel John R. Lane, image captured July 4, 1864 on his 29th birthday, he was 28 at the Battle of Gettysburg.

This Flag Never Goes Down!: 40 Stories of Confederate Battle Flags and Color Bearers at the Battle of Gettysburg First Edition Edition

Reviving the Past: The Battle Flag in the Confederate Memorial Period

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Major General John Fulton Reynolds was the highest ranking officer killed at the Battle of Gettysburg and one of the most senior in the Civil War.

Photo 4- View of Hoke's Brigade Marker in Gettysburg looking north east. Copyright (C) 2015 Frederick Walton Photography.

Please note the color picture of the flag of the 9th Texas Cavalry captured at Corinth, Mississippi by Pvt. Orrin Gould of the 27th Ohio Infantry, ...

Such a flag is believed to look like this. Though Sparks stated "in the center was a crescent moon," it is not believed he is talking about the actual ...

Northern Raid in North Carolina – July 19-23, 1863 "A band of the Union troops almost seized former North Carolina governor Henry T. Clark at his plantation

Northern Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania (1861-1865). Gettysburg Campaign ...

The regiment fought in many battles, including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, earning the name the "Fighting Fifth."

This flag belonged to the Fifth Michigan Volunteer Cavalry, which was raised in the Detroit area and mustered in on 30 August 1862.

The monument to the 26th North Carolina Infantry, Pettigrew's Brigade, Heth's Division, Hill's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. The monument is located on ...

Gettysburg Campaign, (1863)

The Iron Brigade, including the 19th Indiana, depicted at McPherson's Ridge during the Battle

(The 4th North Carolina Cavalry in the Civil War, Neil Hunter Raiford, McFarland & Co., 2003, pp. 87-88)

General Gordon is buried in St. Paul's Episcopal Cemetery at Wilkes County, North Carolina. (Son of Carolina, Augustus White Long, Duke University Press, ...

Friends in the McDowell Men, Camp 379, Sons of Confederate Veterans, have taken it upon themselves to raise the funds to preserve the flag of Company E, ...

Flag of the 33rd Mississippi Infantry, captured by the 26th Wisconsin Infantry at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia – Photo by Author ...

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A veteran of the Confederate States of America examines a Union water bottle in front of

Gettysburg: Panic in Pittsburgh, then a nation saved — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Simply titled "view of town" this is the glass Plate negative in the National

The Cyclorama building viewed from the Union battle line at Gettysburg

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Drummer Boy

The original national flag of the Confederacy, referred to as the "Stars and

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Hoosier bravery In artist Don Troiani's “The Black Hats,” Sgt. Maj. Asa Blanchard of the 19th Indiana defiantly uncovers the national flag in Gettysburg's ...

First National Confederate Flag captured by the 4th Minnesota Regiment Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of

Remembering North Carolina's soldiers that fought at the battle of Gettysburg. July 1-3, 1863.

A Harper's Weekly illustration showing Confederate troops escorting captured African American civilians south into slavery. En route to Gettysburg, ...

(Compiled from veterans recollections by Jill Garret, historian of Maury County, TN; courtesy Baker A. Mitchell)

20th Maine Volunteer Reunion — Gettysburg ...

The Confederate flag flies on the Capitol grounds on June 23, 2015 in Columbia,

Colonel Christie

THEIR STORIES: Gettysburg 150th Part 1 - Colonel Daniel Christie and Captain John Phillips

Activist pulls down Confederate flag in front of South Carolina statehouse | US news | The Guardian

1889 reunion veterans of the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. General Joshua L. Chamberlain, the officer who commanded them in ...

Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia

Battle of Spottsylvania by Thure de Thulstrup

Wherever It Led Us

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The second National Flag of the Confederacy was issued by the Confederate Congress on May 1

Experiencing the 6th North Carolina State Troops Civil War experience through the eyes of Historian and Reenactor, Rick Walton

First National Confederate Flag captured by the 4th Minnesota Regiment Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of

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Ratified the 20th day of May, 1861.] poster.jpg. The Original 22nd North Carolina Battle Flag