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8th Alabama Infantry. This flag is an Army of Northern Virginia, 1st wool bunting issue. Flags of this pattern were first issued in May and June 1862. The flag of the 8th Alabama Infantry was captured on June 30, 1862 at the Battle of Willis' Church (Frayser's Farm, New Market Roads, etc.) by Isaac Springer, Co. K, 4th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps.

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The Ninth Georgia's Regimental Battle Flag About 1/4 of the flag is missing (shot away), but looks like 48 (?) bullet holes in the remaining material. The 9th Georgia's Battle Flag was selected by the Americus, Ga. Chapter 140 of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, as the flag that they sponsored for restoration (April, 2003), and are due the credit for the effort. Mrs. Beth Usry, President United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter 140 Leslie, Ga. 31764-2529 Description of 9th…

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15 American Flags Symbolizing One of Interior Design's Most Timeless Trends

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Upcycle an old shutter into a flag for the 4th of July! || @Too Much Time On My Hands- Kim Hanou

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Vintage American Flag, 48 Star Flag, Patriotic Decor, Americana Decor, Pioneer Grade Flag, Flag Pole, Valley Forge Flag Co., Antique Flag

Vintage American Flag 48 Star Flag by ModernArtifactDecor on Etsy

Half USA with Starfish Stars / half Canadian Flag

30" x 20" Half USA half Canadian Flag on Etsy, $99.00 - definitely gonna have to make something like this someday!! :)

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WWII Iwo Jima US Marine. My Great Uncle was sent to Iwo Jima, and a had a bullet hit his helmet, it should have gone straight through, but for some reason stopped. That's Jesus for you <3 still have the helmet.

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4 foot rustic wooden ladder with two Americana flags accented with raffia and stars. $48.00

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