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1st New York Artillery

Battery Flag of Battery "I", New York Light Artillery better known as "Wiedrich's Battery". The battery was composed of German-Americans.

Pattern: Army of Tennessee battle flag. Unit Designation: In white appliqué, ”7 MISS” Battle Honors: In black paint, ”SHILOH”, ”CHICKAMAUGA”, and ”MURFREESBORO”.Requisitioned in January 1864 by Lt. Col. Benjamin Franklin Johns. Captured at the battle of Jonesboro, GA-1864 by Capt. John A. Smith, 57th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry. The flag had been presented to Mr. Dawson, the donors’ father, ”by a Confederate soldier, who broke the window of a store in Bellefontaine, OH, and recaptured…

Battle Flag of the Mississippi Infantry Regiment with Battle Honors of Shiloh, Murfreesboro and Chickamauga. Army of Tennessee pattern Battle Flag ordered by General Johnston; at the Museum of the Confederacy

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[IMG] First Cotton Issue Army of Northern Virginia battle flag of the Texas Infantry.

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[IMG] First Cotton Issue Army of Northern Virginia battle flag of the Texas Infantry.

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Flags of the Civil War

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A Confederate battle flag said to have been stolen from a Louisiana museum more than two decades ago is headed home after the FBI found the item at a house

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[IMG] First Cotton Issue Army of Northern Virginia battle flag of the Texas Infantry.

The 6th Regiment Artillery, New York Volunteers, mustered into service for three years as the 135th New York Volunteer Infantry on September 2, 1862. Converted into an artillery regiment and designated the 6th Artillery on October 6, 1862, the regiment recruited and mustered (for 3 years) two more companies on December 4, 1862. When their term expired, those entitled were discharged and the regiment continued in service as "Veteran Volunteers," as indicated by the "N.Y.S.V.V."

New York Heavy Artillery: Foot artillery in the Army of the Potomac

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Civil War battle flags associated with units that fought at the Battle of Middleburg (June

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