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The Confederate flag

by Susan Blanchard Elder

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Published by s.n. in Confederate States of America .
Written in English


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Other titlesBright banner of freedom, with pride I unfold thee
The Physical Object
Pagination1 broadside ;
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Open LibraryOL24551359M

3. In fact the Confederate flag didn’t really look like what people think is the Confederate flag at all. Below is what the Confederate flag actually looked like. Although there were several iterations of it, none looked like the flag of the Army of Tennessee. Third and final Confederate flag. That was the final version.   Several social media networks have announced they will be banning users who post images of the Confederate flag. On 26 June , the People .

  In 'Varina,' A Confederate Contemplates Her Complicity Charles Frazier was done writing about the Civil War after his award-winning novel Cold he discovered the true story of .   Confederate pride and prejudice: Some white Northerners see a flag rooted in racism as a symbol of patriotism A GOP congressman retweeted a self Author: Reis Thebault.

  Confederate States of America, the government of 11 Southern states that seceded from the Union in –61, following the election of Abraham Lincoln as U.S. president, prompting the American Civil War (–65). The Confederacy acted as .   John M. Coski, the historian at the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, authored a book titled “The Confederate Battle Flag: America’s Most .


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Bonner's book provides valuable new historical context for the Confederate flag controversies of our own time."—Drew Gilpin Faust, author of Creation of Confederate Nationalism and Mothers of Invention "This book describes more than the story of a flag, but the origins of a flag culture in the Confederacy.

Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys. has been included in Virginia Tech's Center for Civil War Studies reading list on the Confederate flag compiled by John Coski as part of the "Essential Civil War Curriculum." Media references to Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys. in the wake of recently renewed debate over display of the flag in South Carolina:Cited by: 5.

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.

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“The Confederate flag symbolizes more than the civil war and the slavery era,” wrote James Forman Jr. a professor at Yale Law School, in a law journal article about the flag’s history at. In his comprehensive book, “The Confederate Battle Flag: America’s Most Embattled Emblem,” Coski, a historian with the Museum of Author: Carlos Lozada.

In recent years, the Confederate flag has become as much a news item as a Civil War relic. Intense public debates have erupted over Confederate flags flying atop state capitols, being incorporated into state flags, waving from dormitory windows, or adorning the T-shirts and jeans of public school children.

To some, this piece of cloth is a symbol of white supremacy and enduring racial 5/5(2). The Confederate battle flag’s design is no accident. According to vexillologist Ted Kaye, it's simple, meaningful and distinctive from other flags. But that's just the half of : Corinne Segal.

Claim: William T. Thompson, the designer of the Confederate flag, said, "As a people we are fighting to maintain the Heaven-ordained supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race" and "As a Half True.

But author John Coski, the historian for the American Civil War Museum in Richmond, Virginia, pointed out in his book The Confederate Battle.

The flag as we know it was born not as a symbol, but as a very practical banner. The commanders of the Confederate army in Virginia (then known at the Army of the Potomac) sought a distinctive emblem as an alternative to the Confederacy’s first national flag—the Stars and Bars—to serve as a battle flag.

This is a terrific book that takes one of the most divisive symbols in America - the Confederate battle flag - and tries to make sense of the debates that have taken place regarding it over the last few decades/5.On Jthe public debate over the Confederate flag found its way onto the floor of the United States Senate.

“The fact of the matter is the emblems of the Confederacy have meaning to Americans even years after the end of the Civil War,” observed Illinois Senator Carol Moseley-Braun, the Senate’s only African-American member.