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When the Civil War began,Isham Warren Garrott formed the 20th Alabama Infantry Regiment, serving as its colonel.  Garrott took part in the Battle of Port Gibson and the Battle of Champion's Hill.   this was their battle flag

When the Civil War began,Isham Warren Garrott formed the 20th Alabama Infantry Regiment, serving as its colonel. Garrott took part in the Battle of Port Gibson and the Battle of Champion's Hill. this was their battle flag

Flag of the 65th Georgia Inf Regt. After the first color bearers were killed,  Pvt John Davis of Co D carried the flag until the Battle of Franklin was over. He then stuffed it into his boot to protect it and brought it back home with him. He donated it to the Southern Museum of Civil War in Kennesaw Ga. The flag has over 40 bullet holes, and you can see the bloodstain of what is assumed to be William Martin, who was the color bearer killed at the Battle of Franklin and fell on top of the…

Flag of the 65th Georgia Inf Regt. After the first color bearers were killed, Pvt John Davis of Co D carried the flag until the Battle of Franklin was over. He then stuffed it into his boot to protect it and brought it back home with him. He donated it to the Southern Museum of Civil War in Kennesaw Ga. The flag has over 40 bullet holes, and you can see the bloodstain of what is assumed to be William Martin, who was the color bearer killed at the Battle of Franklin and fell on top of the…

Army of Northern Virginia Battle Flag of the 9th Virginia Cavalry.  50" x 47".  Made of wool bunting with cotton double appliqué 4.5" stars.  Flag was offered through direct descendent of Walter Scott Callis, the last color bearer.

Army of Northern Virginia Battle Flag of the 9th Virginia Cavalry. 50" x 47". Made of wool bunting with cotton double appliqué 4.5" stars. Flag was offered through direct descendent of Walter Scott Callis, the last color bearer.

18th Alabama Infantry. Flags of this pattern were manufactured in Mobile, Alabama, and issued within the Department of Alabama, Mississippi and East Louisiana1. The 18th Alabama Infantry lost its Hardee pattern flag at Missionary Ridge on November 25, 1863. This flag was issued to the regiment sometime after the Battle of Rocky Face Ridge, (February 25,1864) which is the last battle honor listed on the flag. This flag was captured at the Battle of Resaca, Georgia on May 25, 1864.

18th Alabama Infantry. Flags of this pattern were manufactured in Mobile, Alabama, and issued within the Department of Alabama, Mississippi and East Louisiana1. The 18th Alabama Infantry lost its Hardee pattern flag at Missionary Ridge on November 25, 1863. This flag was issued to the regiment sometime after the Battle of Rocky Face Ridge, (February 25,1864) which is the last battle honor listed on the flag. This flag was captured at the Battle of Resaca, Georgia on May 25, 1864.

The Confederate flag of the 7th Virginia Infantry Army of Northern Virginia Obverse captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa., in July 1863 by the 82nd New York Infantry.

Pickett's Charge battle flags mark Gettysburg exhibit

The Confederate flag of the 7th Virginia Infantry Army of Northern Virginia Obverse captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa., in July 1863 by the 82nd New York Infantry.

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.

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.

Colors of the 15th Alabama regiment from 1861.  The 15th was the Confederate unit that fought the 20th Maine at Little Round Top.

Colors of the 15th Alabama regiment from 1861. The 15th was the Confederate unit that fought the 20th Maine at Little Round Top.

The second flag of the 40th Alabama Infantry replaced the very first that had been presented to the regiment on September 9, 1862, during the early years of the Civil War.  This first flag was captured at the fall of Vicksburg, but while at Vicksburg the regiment received a second flag, shown here, which was not captured and was hidden to prevent its capture and remained with the regiment until they received a new Hardee pattern flag at Demopolis, Alabama in October 1863.

The second flag of the 40th Alabama Infantry replaced the very first that had been presented to the regiment on September 9, 1862, during the early years of the Civil War. This first flag was captured at the fall of Vicksburg, but while at Vicksburg the regiment received a second flag, shown here, which was not captured and was hidden to prevent its capture and remained with the regiment until they received a new Hardee pattern flag at Demopolis, Alabama in October 1863.

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