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1st & 3rd Florida Infantry (Combined). The unit carried this unique adaptation of the Army of Tennessee pattern battle flag after September 1864. From the Museum of the Confederacy Flag Collection.

1st & 3rd Florida Infantry (Combined). The unit carried this unique adaptation of the Army of Tennessee pattern battle flag after September 1864. From the Museum of the Confederacy Flag Collection.

This is the battle flag of the 154th Senior Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers.  It was captured and recaptured at Shiloh.  It is the earliest attempt to standardize the battle flags in the Army of Tennessee.  These flags were ordered by Beauregard in early 1862.  They were made by a sail maker in New Orleans by the name of Cassidy.  It is constructed from light weight cotton fabric with silk stars.  You will note that there are only 12 stars and that they are six-pointed.  The border material…

This is the battle flag of the 154th Senior Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers. It was captured and recaptured at Shiloh. It is the earliest attempt to standardize the battle flags in the Army of Tennessee. These flags were ordered by Beauregard in early 1862. They were made by a sail maker in New Orleans by the name of Cassidy. It is constructed from light weight cotton fabric with silk stars. You will note that there are only 12 stars and that they are six-pointed. The border material…

1st Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, Hardee Pattern, issued in the spring of 1864 and bears characteristics similar to the Hardee pattern flags issued to the division of Maj. Gen. Patrick Cleburne, Army of Tennessee. It was captured on September 10, 1864, by the 113th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Jonesboro, Ga. In his report dated Sept 10, 1864, Capt Toland Smith noted that "we captured the flag of the Third Confederate Infantry inscribed with the names of seven different battles."

1st Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, Hardee Pattern, issued in the spring of 1864 and bears characteristics similar to the Hardee pattern flags issued to the division of Maj. Gen. Patrick Cleburne, Army of Tennessee. It was captured on September 10, 1864, by the 113th Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the Battle of Jonesboro, Ga. In his report dated Sept 10, 1864, Capt Toland Smith noted that "we captured the flag of the Third Confederate Infantry inscribed with the names of seven different battles."

Battle Flag of Colonel George Henry Nixon's 48th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A.  Hardee pattern battle flag.  Battle honors of Chickamauga, Farmington, Richmond, Ky., Perryville and Ringgold Gap.

Battle Flag of Colonel George Henry Nixon's 48th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. Hardee pattern battle flag. Battle honors of Chickamauga, Farmington, Richmond, Ky., Perryville and Ringgold Gap.

1st Tennessee Infantry. In late 1862 the 1st received a new flag, which follows the Polk Corps pattern flag. However, it was modified, the cross is edged with gold. Even more unusual are two "waves" The left wave probably had the battle honors "Perryville" and the right may have had that of "Shiloh". At the bottom are faint crossed cannons which was a battle honor used by Maney's Brigade after the Battle of Perryville for the capture of Parson's 4th U.S. Artillery Battery.

1st Tennessee Infantry. In late 1862 the 1st received a new flag, which follows the Polk Corps pattern flag. However, it was modified, the cross is edged with gold. Even more unusual are two "waves" The left wave probably had the battle honors "Perryville" and the right may have had that of "Shiloh". At the bottom are faint crossed cannons which was a battle honor used by Maney's Brigade after the Battle of Perryville for the capture of Parson's 4th U.S. Artillery Battery.

Flag of the 4th Texas Infantry flag flown in the battles of Eltham's Landing, Gaines' Mill, Malvern Hill, Second Manassas (Bull Run), and Sharpsburg (Antietam). The flag was sent back to Texas after the battle of Sharpsburg (September 17, 1862g, the flag was given to the United Daughters of the Confederacy (Texas Division,) by the veterans of the 4th Texas, and is now located at five Texas Civil War Museum located in Fort Worth, TX.

Flag of the 4th Texas Infantry flag flown in the battles of Eltham's Landing, Gaines' Mill, Malvern Hill, Second Manassas (Bull Run), and Sharpsburg (Antietam). The flag was sent back to Texas after the battle of Sharpsburg (September 17, 1862g, the flag was given to the United Daughters of the Confederacy (Texas Division,) by the veterans of the 4th Texas, and is now located at five Texas Civil War Museum located in Fort Worth, TX.

Made for Company D, 18th Tennessee Regiment of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in 1861 and captured by the 9th Illinois Regiment at the Battle of Fort Donelson

Made for Company D, 18th Tennessee Regiment of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in 1861 and captured by the 9th Illinois Regiment at the Battle of Fort Donelson

Henry J. Walker, Company B., 24th Tennessee Infantry, was born in Williamson Co, near Franklin,TN. He was 20 years old when he was killed at the Battle of Shiloh.

Henry J. Walker, Company B., 24th Tennessee Infantry, was born in Williamson Co, near Franklin,TN. He was 20 years old when he was killed at the Battle of Shiloh.

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