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Living in the Land of Cotton
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Each branch of the Confederate Military had their own service dress and fatigue uniforms and regulations regarding them during Lincoln's War.  The uniform initially varied greatly due to a variety of reasons, such as location, limitations on the supply of cloth and other materials.

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Confederate Flags

William Bledsoe Philpott, From The Sponsor Souvenir Album and the History of the United Confedeledsoeate Veterans Reunion (Houston: Sponsor Souvenir Company,1895), 1889.

Confederate First National Flag

William Bledsoe Philpott, From The Sponsor Souvenir Album and the History of the United Confedeledsoeate Veterans Reunion (Houston: Sponsor Souvenir Company,1895), 1888.

Confederate Second National Flag

William Bledsoe Philpott, From The Sponsor Souvenir Album and the History of the United Confedeledsoeate Veterans Reunion (Houston: Sponsor Souvenir Company,1895), 1888.

Confederate Third National Flag

Confederate Battle Flag & Soldier

Organization of Camps In The United Confederate Veterans, At Mobile, Alabama, April 26-28, 1910 (J. G. Hauser, The Legal Printer, 1910), cover.

Confederate Battle Flag

John H. Worsham, One Of Jackson’s Foot Cavalry: His Experience And What He Saw During The War, 1861-1865 (New York: The Neale Publishing Company, 1862), cover.

Confederate Soldier