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Pennsylvania 79th Regiment Union Flag.
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Flags of the Civil War | Civil War Potpourri
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Flags of the Civil War | Civil War Potpourri
1st Kansas Battery
61st New York Volunteer Infantry National Color. This national color, pieced together in red, white, and blue silk with 1/8-inch flat-felled seams and two rows of machine stitching, features 35 painted stars in five rows and the regiment's numeric designation painted along the center stripe. The inscription also appears on the reverse, reading backwards. Painted Stars, Machine Stitching, Military Museum, Civil Wars, History Page, Research Center, America Flag
National Color | Civil War :: New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
61st New York Volunteer Infantry National Color. This national color, pieced together in red, white, and blue silk with 1/8-inch flat-felled seams and two rows of machine stitching, features 35 painted stars in five rows and the regiment's numeric designation painted along the center stripe. The inscription also appears on the reverse, reading backwards.
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13th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, National Colors. Killed or Died of Wounds: 5.
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Civil War Photo Gallery
100th Indiana Infantry Civil War Regimental Battle Flag.
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National Colors of the 5th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, III Corps, Army of The Potomac. National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey.
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17th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, National Colors, 1865. Killed or Died of Wounds: 39.
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an american flag with two eagle emblems on it
Regimental colors of the 58th Indiana Infantry. The 58th Indiana Infantry – as part of Hascall’s Brigade on the left Union flank – played a vital role at the Battle of Stone’s River (Dec 31st, 1862 – Jan 2nd 1863). Service The 58th Indiana Infantry was organized at Princeton and Indianapolis, Indianabeginning November 12 and mustered in for a three year enlistment on December 22, 1861. The regiment was attached to 21st Brigade, Army of the Ohio, January 1862. 21st Brigade, 6th Division, Army of
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5th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, State Color 1864-1865. Killed or Died of Wounds: 179.
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10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, National Colors, 1863-1865. Killed or Died of Wounds: 98.