7 edition of The flags of Civil War Alabama found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-151)
|Statement||by Glenn Dedmondt.|
|LC Classifications||E551.4 .D43 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||00068479|
Conserved New York Battle Flags. Conservation | Conserved Flags | Flag of the Month | Resources | Posters | Exhibits. Each page includes an image of the preserved flag and a brief description of the flag. These flags were conserved: In Association with the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPHRP); Textile Conservation Laboratory, Peebles Island, Waterford, NY. Civil War flags were a carnival of sizes, shapes, designs and colors. The primary Union Civil War flags were the Unites States flag, known as the Stars and Stripes, and the regimental colors. The latter was a dark blue cloth, usually with gold fringe; stars for each state appeared at the top, above a version of the Great Seal of the United.
civil war flags. Although this national symbol never was adopted as the national flag, its image was miniaturized and included in the second national flag approved by Jefferson Davis on May 1, This flag was utilized until almost wars end with a brief one month variation prior to surrender April 9, The added red bar on the outer margin was to rectify what might appear to the enemy as. Describes the society and the institutions that went down during the Civil War and Reconstruction and the internal conditions of Alabama during the war. Emphasizes the social and economic problems in the general situation, as well as the educational, religious, and industrial aspects of the period.
Flags of the American Civil War period are among the most sought after of all American flags. Prior to the Civil War, Americans rarely displayed the flag for personal use. Consequently, flags with star counts of 33 or fewer are very scarce. Christopher McIlwain’s Civil War Alabama is a landmark book that sheds invigorating new light on the causes, the course, and the outcomes in Alabama of the nation’s greatest drama and trauma. Based on twenty years of exhaustive research that draws on a vast trove of primary sources such as letters, newspapers, and personal journals, Civil War Alabama presents compelling new explanations Cited by: 1.
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This is one of Glenn Dedmondt's books of Civil War Flags of the Confederacy the others in the series include Civil War Flags of Louisiana, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
There are illustrations of the flags that Alabama Regiments flown in battle and in camp/5(3). Much more than a historical examination, The Flags of Civil War Alabama stands as a tribute to the men who bore these colors men who were the heart of the regiment, the soul of the battle line, and the focus of the enemy's fire.
The flags of Civil War Alabama book On Januthe Alabama legislature convened at Montgomery and voted to remove their state from the Union/5(3). ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm: Contents: I. Civilian Flags First National Flag Nicola Marschall & the First National Flag a Infantry The Battle Flags of Civil War Alabama a Cavalry --V.
Alabama Artillery Commands & Unattached Units --VII. Three successive designs served as the official national flag of the Confederate States of America (the "Confederate States" or the "Confederacy") during its existence from to Since the end of the American Civil War, private and official use of the Confederacy's flags, and of flags with derivative designs, has continued amid philosophical, political, cultural, and racial Designed by: Nicola Marschall.
During the first year of the Civil War, this flag was captured in Sacramento, California. The creator was a Major J.P. Gillis, who flew the flag on the 4th of July, Major Gillis claimed he was celebrating the independence of the United States from Britain as well as the southern states from the Union.
This is an outstanding book about the Civil War Flags of North Carolina. Major cudos to the author who has done very thorough and interesting history about the flags of the infantry, artillery, home guard, and HQ Flags of North Carolina from the beginning in to the end in Pages: Glenn Dedmondt is the author of The Flags of Civil War Alabama ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Flags of Civil War North Carol /5.
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The second flag of the 40th Alabama Infantry replaced the very first that had been presented to the regiment on September 9,during the early years of the Civil War. Alabama Alabama Secession Convention Flag This flag was presented to the Alabama Secession Convention on Janu in the House Chamber of the State Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama.
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The design of that regimental flag was a white saltire over a blue field with a circle of white stars surrounding the d: Febru ; years ago. The Tennessee State Museum is currently compiling information on Confederate and Union flags of Tennessee. If you have any information that you wish to share, please contact Candace Adelson at [email protected] NOTE: The flag names are listed as they appear in the book which was printed in Corrections made by the Tennessee State Museum.
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