1861 8-star Confederate flag

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Oct 26, 2011 · The seven star «National» flag for the Confederacy was adopted March 4th, 1861. Seven individual stars with ‘five points’ on a navy blue background/field; red stripe, white stripe, red stripe. The Confederate «Battle Flag» (Known the most — St. Andrew’s cross in blue, 13 white stars in the narrows of the cross; on red background/field.

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Flags of the Confederate States of America – Wikipedia

Three versions of the flag of the Confederate States of America and the Confederate Battle Flag are shown on this printed poster from 1896. The «Stars and Bars» can be seen in the upper left.

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Flags of the Confederacy

The flag now had 13 stars having been joined officially by four more states, Virginia (April 17, 1861), Arkansas (May 6, 1861), Tennessee (May 7, 1861), North Carolina (May 21, 1861). Efforts to secede failed in Kentucky and Missouri though those states were represented by two of the stars.

History of the Confederate Flag – There were actually four

Third Flag.—The third in the series was adopted by the Confederate Congress, May 1, 1863, as the “National Flag” of the Confederate States. The third national flag (also called “the Blood Stained Banner”) was adopted March 4, 1865.

“STARS AND BARS” Images of 8, 9 – Confederate Flags

Battle Flags of the Army of the Mississippi / Army of Tennessee, 1861 to late 1863 Battle Flags of the Army of the Peninsula Battle Flags of the Confederate Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana

Confederate Flag History – American Civil War

The flag of North Carolina is based on the state’s 1861 flag which dates back to the Confederacy and appears to be based on the first Confederate flag. The flag of Alabama and perhaps the flag of Florida also seem to be of Confederate inspiration to some, but is really derived from Saint Patrick’s Flag …

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Rare 8-Star Confederate Civil War Battle Flag This is an early Civil War period First National ‘Stars & Bars’ flag. Virginia was the 8th state to join the Confederacy and for only a 3 week period there were 8 states in the CSA.

Rare 8-Star Confederate Civil War Battle Flag This is an

Rare 8-Star Confederate Civil War Battle Flag This is an early Civil War period First National ‘Stars & Bars’ flag. Virginia was the 8th state to join the Confederacy and for only a 3 week period there were 8 states in the CSA.

Flags of Virginia – Confederate Flags

On 24 December 1861, considerably after the actual delivery of the flags, Keane was paid for decorating 25 of the infantry flags. On 20 March 1862, Keane was paid for 49 infantry and 8 cavalry flags, for a total of 74 infantry and 8 cavalry flags.

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First Confederate National Flag | National Museum of

The Confederate States of America’s first national flag was known as the “Stars & Bars.” This flag flew from 1861 to 1863. Each of the eight stars represented a Confederate state in March 1861 when the flag …