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Flag of the 38th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers

Flag of the 38th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers

~18th North Carolina Infantry Flag~ Honoring 1 of my CW ancestors: Pvt. Alexander Townsend, Company D

~18th North Carolina Infantry Flag~ Honoring 1 of my CW ancestors: Pvt. Alexander Townsend, Company D

civil war battlefields

civil war battlefields

The 6th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment battle flag is the unit's first Confederate issue, 1861 battle flag, which is on display in the Confederate Relic Room in Columbia.

The 6th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment battle flag is the unit's first Confederate issue, 1861 battle flag, which is on display in the Confederate Relic Room in Columbia.

An original Gettysburg battle flag.

An original Gettysburg battle flag.

The Iron Brigade Civil War Flag of the 2nd, 6th and 7th Wisconsin, the 19th Indiana and the 24th Michigan.

The Iron Brigade Civil War Flag of the 2nd, 6th and 7th Wisconsin, the 19th Indiana and the 24th Michigan.

Flag of the 4th KY Volunteers ~ First Orphan Brigade, known as the "brigade that couldn't go home".

Flag of the 4th KY Volunteers ~ First Orphan Brigade, known as the "brigade that couldn't go home".

Confederate Battle Flag of the 30th North Carolina State Troops. Rare Sixth Bunting Richmond Depot issue. The 30th NCST under Gen Cox was assigned to Early’s command in the Valley District. The battle of Cedar Creek had been devastating to the battle flags of the units in the Shenandoah Valley and with their return in December of 1864 the Richmond Clothing Depot quickly needed to provide replacements and so they produced the sixth bunting.  (Thanks to Edgar Malpass for this info)

Confederate Battle Flag of the 30th North Carolina State Troops. Rare Sixth Bunting Richmond Depot issue. The 30th NCST under Gen Cox was assigned to Early’s command in the Valley District. The battle of Cedar Creek had been devastating to the battle flags of the units in the Shenandoah Valley and with their return in December of 1864 the Richmond Clothing Depot quickly needed to provide replacements and so they produced the sixth bunting. (Thanks to Edgar Malpass for this info)

Confederate Soldiers.Perhaps 3rd AL  Civil War

Confederate Soldiers.Perhaps 3rd AL Civil War

Part 1: This Confederate battle flag is associated with the death of Lt. Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The flag was carried by the 18th Regiment North Carolina Troops, which was responsible for the accidental shooting of the Confederate general at Chancellorsville, Va., on May 2, 1863. That fateful May 2 evening, the 18th North Carolina was in a line of battle ready to attack retreating Union troops. Jackson and his staff rode out in front of the Confederate line on reconnaissance.

Part 1: This Confederate battle flag is associated with the death of Lt. Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The flag was carried by the 18th Regiment North Carolina Troops, which was responsible for the accidental shooting of the Confederate general at Chancellorsville, Va., on May 2, 1863. That fateful May 2 evening, the 18th North Carolina was in a line of battle ready to attack retreating Union troops. Jackson and his staff rode out in front of the Confederate line on reconnaissance.

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