REBEL CONFEDERATE FLAGS.

History of the Civil War and Confederate Battle Field 3 x 5 Flags!

Rebel FLAGS 3 X  5 that are individually wrapped and comes with 2 grommets for easy mounting on a pole. 

The flags are made from a high quality polyester material.

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1st Confederate Civil War (7 Star) American Battle Flag

2nd Confederate Civil War  (7 Star) American Battle 3 x 5 Flag

3rd Confederate Civil War (13 Stars) American bars and Stars Battle 3 x 5 Flag

Bonnie Blue Civil War (1 White Star) Battle 3 x 5 Flag

Historical Civil War Union 34 Star US States 3 X 5 Flag

Army Tennessee Stars and Bars 3 x 5 Flag

Don't Tread On Me Yellow 3 X 5 Flag

History of 54 years - 1961-2015

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Official 3x5 Stars-N-Bars

1st National Confederate

2nd National Confederate

3rd National Confederate

       

Bonnie Blue 3 x 5 Flag

An Appeal to Heaven

Don't Tread On Me

Rebel-Alabama 3x5 Flag

       
Rebel-Georgia-Rebel - 3x5ft flag

Rebel-South-Carolina - 3x5ft flag

Rebel-North-Carolina - 3x5ft flag

Rebel/Tennessee 3x5 Flag

Rebel-Georgia 3x5ft Flag

Rebel-South-Carolina

Rebel-North-Carolina

       
Rebel-Texas - 3x5ft flag

Rebel-Texas - 3x5ft Flag

Rebel Born 3x5ft Flag

Rebel REDNECK 3x5 Flag

Dixie Land 3x5ft Flag

       

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The first official flag of the Confederacy, called the "Stars and Bars," was flown from March 5, 1861 to May 26, 1863. The very first national flag of the Confederacy was designed by Prussian artist Nicola Marschall in Marion, Alabama. The Stars and Bars flag was adopted March 4, 1861 in Montgomery, Alabama & raised over the dome of the first Confederate Capitol. Marschall also designed the Confederate uniform.

   

The second national flag of the Confederacy, called the "Stainless Banner," was put into service on May 1, 1863. It was designed to replace the first national flag. The first national flag had become increasingly criticized for its similarity to the Stars and Stripes, even though this had been the main argument for its initial adoption. The flag is sometimes referred to as the "Stonewall Jackson Flag" because of its inaugural use covering Stonewall Jackson's coffin at his funeral.

   

The third national flag was adopted March 4, 1865, just before the fall of the Confederacy. The red vertical stripe was proposed by Major Arthur L. Rogers, who argued that the pure white field of the second national flag could be mistaken as a flag of truce. Rogers lobbied successfully to have his design introduced in the Confederate Senate. He defended his design as having "as little as possible of the Yankee blue" & described it as symbolizing the primary origins of the people of the South, with the cross of Britain & the red bar from the flag of France.

   

In addition to the national flags, a wide variety of flags and banners were flown by Southerners during the War. Most famously, the "Bonnie Blue Flag" (which actually dated from the short-lived Republic of West Florida in 1810), was used as an early flag of Texas in 1836, and was used as an unofficial flag during the early months of 1861 - THIS IS THE FLAG THAT WAS RAISED IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI ON JANUARY 9TH, 1861, AS MISSISSIPPI DECLARED ITSELF "THE REPUBLIC OF MISSISSIPPI". HARRY MCCARTHY WROTE A SONG ABOUT IT, GIVING IT THE NAME "BONNIE BLUE FLAG". IT WAS THE SECOND MOST POPULAR SONG IN THE SOUTH, RIGHT BEHIND "DIXIE"

   

The Tree Flag (or Appeal to Heaven Flag) was one of the flags used during the American Revolution. The flag, featuring a pine tree flag with the motto "An Appeal to God," or, more usually, "An Appeal to Heaven," was used originally by a squadron of six cruisers commissioned under George Washington's authority as commander in chief of the Continental Army in October 1775. It was also used by Massachusetts' state navy vessels in addition to privateers sailing from Massachusetts. The Massachusetts General Court established the flag of the state navy on July 26, 1776: "that the Colors be a white Flag, with a green Pine Tree, and an Inscription, "Appeal to Heaven.'" The phrase "Appeal to Heaven" is used multiple times by John Locke in his work, Two Treatises of Government. The phrase connotes that after all other alternatives of seeking justice have been exhausted, only an "appeal to heaven" remains.

 

 

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