History Tidbits, Historical flags, figures etc.

Anything I've read or would like to read about history or flags
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1876 Centennial Silk Banner Inspiration, Art, American Flag, Banners, Doodle, Summer, Quilts, Flag, Red White Blue
1876 Centennial Silk Banner
35-Star "FREE" American Parade Flag, - Cowan's Auctions Presidents, Antiques, Old Glory, Chenille Stems, America Flag
Cowan's Auction House
35-Star "FREE" American Parade Flag, - Cowan's Auctions
Flags of the Confederacy | The Van Dorn pattern battle flag was carried by The Army of the West under the command of Gen. Earl Van Dorn and was issued to units in 1862; June through September 1862 are the generally accepted issue dates, but the flag may have been used as early as March 1862. It featured thirteen white stars and a crescent moon on a red field. Van, Confederate States, Confederate Soldiers, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Flag, Confederate, American, Flag Of The Confederate States
Amazing Museums - The Museum Of California
Flags of the Confederacy | The Van Dorn pattern battle flag was carried by The Army of the West under the command of Gen. Earl Van Dorn and was issued to units in 1862; June through September 1862 are the generally accepted issue dates, but the flag may have been used as early as March 1862. It featured thirteen white stars and a crescent moon on a red field.
1840 Hand-painted Flag with Eagle, Purportedly Flown at Sutter's Fort - Cowan's Auctions Country, Los Angeles, Vintage American Flag, American Spirit, Vintage Flag
1840 Hand-painted Flag with Eagle, Purportedly Flown at Sutter's Fort - Cowan's Auctions
Fort Sumter Flag, 1861 The flag was lowered by Major Robert Anderson on April 14, 1861 when he surrendered Fort Sumter, in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, at the outset of the American Civil War. Country Flags, South Carolina, Fort Sumter, Flags, Harbor
Fort Sumter Flag, 1861 The flag was lowered by Major Robert Anderson on April 14, 1861 when he surrendered Fort Sumter, in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, at the outset of the American Civil War.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Motivation, America, American Patriot, Troops
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A painting marking the entry of Colorado into the Union. (Denver Public Library) Public, Colorado, Denver, History, United States, Landmarks, Gettysburg, Union
Two state flags were slow in coming - Gettysburg Flag Works Blog
A painting marking the entry of Colorado into the Union. (Denver Public Library)
Staff photo by Zack Steen | Shiloh National Military Park Superintendent Dale Wilkerson and Corinth native Ambassador John Palmer unveiled the 11th Mississippi Infantry Regimental Flag on Wednesday at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center. Flags Of Our Fathers, Civil War Flags, Regiment
Native son brings flag back home - Covered in a black sheet standing tall and shadowing over the crowded auditorium at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center was the 11th Mississippi Infantry Regimental Flag. More than 155 years later it had ma...
Staff photo by Zack Steen | Shiloh National Military Park Superintendent Dale Wilkerson and Corinth native Ambassador John Palmer unveiled the 11th Mississippi Infantry Regimental Flag on Wednesday at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center.
Rare Flags - Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags Primitive, People, Usa Flag
Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags
Rare Flags - Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags
early american flag Lady, American Antiques, Early American, United We Stand
Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags, Early American Flags and Antique American Flags
early american flag
Rare Flags - Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags British, Jeans, Pennant
Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags
Rare Flags - Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags
National Colors.  National Colors are the Stars and Stripes, though often with fanciful cantons and varied star patterns.  Significant losses of fabric to many Civil War battle flags are common, and in some cases virtually none of the original flag remains. (5th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry, New York State Collection) Military Flags, Union Army, Patriotic Images
Antique American Flags, Historic American Flags
National Colors. National Colors are the Stars and Stripes, though often with fanciful cantons and varied star patterns. Significant losses of fabric to many Civil War battle flags are common, and in some cases virtually none of the original flag remains. (5th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry, New York State Collection)
Black Raven Flag - 3x5' Raven, Outdoor, Gadsden Flag, Flag Pole Kits, Outdoor Flags
Black Raven Flag - 3x5'
Black Raven Flag - 3x5'