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The flag of the USS Galena after being turned back with the Monitor and Naugatuck at Drewry's Bluff by Confederate forces, including the crew of the CSS Virginia.

The flag of the USS Galena after being turned back with the Monitor and Naugatuck at Drewry's Bluff by Confederate forces, including the crew of the CSS Virginia.

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.

Battle Flag of the 31st Virginia Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Army of Northern Virginia. Made by the ladies of Beverly, home of Co. F, and presented to the regiment on May 5, 1862, by Gen T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson. The flag was in all of his battles except Chancellorsville. It was torn twice by shells, at Second Manassas and at Sharpsburg, where the color bearer, Sgt. "Al" Robinson was kiilled.  This flag was replaced by a newer, and 13 starred, battle flag for use at Fredericksburg and into…

Battle Flag of the 31st Virginia Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Army of Northern Virginia. Made by the ladies of Beverly, home of Co. F, and presented to the regiment on May 5, 1862, by Gen T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson. The flag was in all of his battles except Chancellorsville. It was torn twice by shells, at Second Manassas and at Sharpsburg, where the color bearer, Sgt. "Al" Robinson was kiilled. This flag was replaced by a newer, and 13 starred, battle flag for use at Fredericksburg and into…

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This flag was captured from the Confederate ironclad ship CSS Tennessee at the end of the battle of Mobile Bay August 1864

This flag was captured from the Confederate ironclad ship CSS Tennessee at the end of the battle of Mobile Bay August 1864

17th Virginia Flag. This is an example of an "unreconstructed" Virginia flag. Note, for example, that the sword in Lady Virtus is not sheathed as it is today and the sword tip is not pointed in the dirt as it is today. The symbolism signifies that Virginia no longer stands at the ready to defend our liberties, but has submitted to her conquerors.

17th Virginia Flag. This is an example of an "unreconstructed" Virginia flag. Note, for example, that the sword in Lady Virtus is not sheathed as it is today and the sword tip is not pointed in the dirt as it is today. The symbolism signifies that Virginia no longer stands at the ready to defend our liberties, but has submitted to her conquerors.

you are viewing a rare image of Petersburg, Virginia Entrance to mine in Fort Mahone, intended to undermine Fort Sedgwick. It was taken in 1865.

you are viewing a rare image of Petersburg, Virginia Entrance to mine in Fort Mahone, intended to undermine Fort Sedgwick. It was taken in 1865.