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Regimental Guidon of the 1st Vermont Battery, Light Artillery.   The 1st Battery mustered into United States service on February 18, 1862, participated in the Siege of Port Hudson, from May 25 to July 9, 1863 and mustered out of service and mustered out on August 10, 1864.

Regimental Guidon of the Vermont Battery, Light Artillery. The Battery mustered into United States service on February participated in the Siege of Port Hudson, from May 25 to July 1863 and mustered out of service and mustered out on August

Regimental Flag of the 1st Vermont Artillery, issued in Washington, D.C., October/November 1863.

Regimental Flag of the 1st Vermont Artillery, issued in Washington, D.C., October/November 1863.

North Carolina Civil War Flag, 35th Regiment North Carolina Troops. The 35th was organized at Camp Crabtree near Raleigh in 1861 and probably received this flag in early 1862. The flag is a North Carolina State flag and originally featured the unit’s number designation, which was cut away, possibly as a souvenir. The dates on the flag represent the date of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence (May 20th, 1775) and the date of North Carolina’s secession (May 20th, 1861). The flag was…

Museum Monday: North Carolina Regimental Flag, captured at Sharpsburg/Antietam…

5th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, 204th Regiment Standard. Recruited mainly in southwestern Pennsylvania during late summer of 1864. It went to Washington, D.C. and spent some time guarding the Manassas Gap Railroad, during which time it had some run-ins with John Singleton Mosby's southern troopers. In October the regiment was stationed south of the Potomac and remained there until disbanded in June of 1865. The yellow regimental was produced by Horstmann Brothers sometime in the fall of…

5th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, 204th Regiment Standard. Recruited mainly in southwestern Pennsylvania during late summer of 1864. It went to Washington, D.C. and spent some time guarding the Manassas Gap Railroad, during which time it had some run-ins with John Singleton Mosby's southern troopers. In October the regiment was stationed south of the Potomac and remained there until disbanded in June of 1865. The yellow regimental was produced by Horstmann Brothers sometime in the fall of…

37th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry Regimental Colors.  Reportedly received by the 37th New York Volunteer Infantry in February 1863 from the city of New York, and carried at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 1-3, 1863, this green, silk regimental color features traditional Irish iconography painted on both sides. The flag also features painted battle honors commemorating the regiment's 1862 campaigns and the unit's distinction as "The first Regt. of Irish Volunteers in the Field."

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1st Regiment Dragoons NY Volunteers  Standard.  Organized at Portage and recruited from Allegany, Livingston, and Wyoming Counties, the 1st Dragoons originally mustered in as an infantry regiment, the 130th Regiment, in September 1862. One year later the regiment converted to cavalry and officials re-designated the unit as the 1st Dragoons. In addition, numerous battle honors are painted to the surface including battles the regiment participated in while in service as infantry.

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1st State Colors (Regimental), 30th Massachusetts Infantry

The Massachusetts was initially organized at Camp Chase in Lowell, Massachusetts by Benjamin F. Butler as the "Eastern Bay State Regiment" on December

Regimental Colors of the 125th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  The 125th Ohio Infantry was organized at Camp Taylor, Cleveland, Ohio, and mustered in three years of service on October 6, 1862, under the command of colonel Emerson Opdycke.  The regiment played a key role in the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864.

Presenting historical artifacts related to Ohio's Civil War experience.

Regimental Battle Flag of the Ninth Michigan Infantry.  The Ninth Michigan Infantry was organized in Detroit and mustered into service October 15, 1861. It was the first Michigan regiment assigned to the Army of the Ohio.  Michigan State Capitol Collection.

Regimental Battle Flag of the Ninth Michigan Infantry. The Ninth Michigan Infantry was organized in Detroit and mustered into service October It was the first Michigan regiment assigned to the Army of the Ohio.

51st Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry  Regimental Colors.  The 51st Regiment, or “Shepard Rifles,” mustered into service for three years by 23 October 1861. When their three year term expired, those entitled were discharged and the regiment continued in service as “Veteran Volunteers,” as indicated by the "N.Y.S.V.V.” along the top of this blue silk regimental color. The 51st Regiment received this flag from the City of New York.

The Regiment NY…

18th Alabama Infantry

Here is part II of my Shiloh battle honor post, illustrating just a few Confederate battle flags with Shiloh honors.

Missouri Civil War Flags | First Battery Minnesota Light Artillery Battle Flag

American Civil War Artillery - First Battery Minnesota Light Artillery Battle Flag

Regimental Colors of the 35th O.V.I. :: Ohio History Connection Selections

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6th Florida Infantry Regimental Colors - ANV Pattern (ca March/April 1864 - December 16th, 1864).

Florida Infantry Regimental Colors - ANV Pattern (ca March/April 1864 - December

Stuart's Horse Artillery Flag. After the Battle of Rio Hill on February 29, 1864 near Charlottesville, Virginia, the ladies of Charlottesville presented this flag to their “...Brave Defenders.” It was carried in battle until Major Roger Preston Chew and a number of the Horse Artillery surrendered at Durham’s Station, NC on April 26, 1865. The flag bearer, Nimrod Ware of Jefferson County, saved the flag from capture.

Brilliant maneuvering marked Battle of Rio Hill - Local - The Daily Progress