United States Colored Troops flag    Civil War battle flags became revered relics that bore witness to the courage and sacrifice of the soldiers who defended them. The Eighty-fourth Colored Infantry served in the Gulf of Mexico region until March 1866.

This flag belonged to the Regiment of Infantry, United States Colored Troops. The unit was organized on April and mustered for service on March The red stripes bear the regiment's name and number and some of the battles in which the fought.

The only flag known to exist from the Second Georgia Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army, made in 1860.

Pinner said: The only flag known to exist from the Second Georgia Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army, made in 1860 ~ Richard Hatch Assoc.

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Flag of the Louisiana Cavalry captured at Henderson, Louisiana on March 1864 by William Ayres, Sergeant. Company H, Iowa Volunteers, Infantry. Sold Pook and Pook Auctions in

Flag of the 38th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers

Flag of the Regiment, Alabama Volunteers. At the Battle of Resaca, after the Color Sergeant was wounded, Colonel A.Lankford seized the banner and carried it into the enemy lines only to be captured, the Federal's "deemed him too brave to be shot.

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Fire Zouaves: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

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