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by Glenn Dedmondt


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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 1861 to the end in 1865.

This is an outstanding book about the Civil War Flags of North Carolina. Glenn Dedmondt makes every flags history interesting to read. The details of where the flag was made and what the flags went through are not boring by any means. This is an OUTSTANDING reference to any Civil War Historian or enthusiast. A fine addition to any Civil War library

During the American Civil War, North Carolina joined the Confederacy with some reluctance, mainly because neighboring Virginia had done so, and it remained a divided state throughout the wa. .

During the American Civil War, North Carolina joined the Confederacy with some reluctance, mainly because neighboring Virginia had done so, and it remained a divided state throughout the war, with much of the population of the Appalachian Mountains in the western part of the state retaining Union sentiment

This is a list of North Carolina Confederate Civil War units. The list of North Carolina Union Civil War regiments is shown separately. 1st Junior Reserves (70th Infantry). 2nd Junior Reserves (71st Infantry).

This is a list of North Carolina Confederate Civil War units. 3rd Junior Reserves (72nd Infantry). 1st Battalion, Junior Reserves. 2nd Battalion, Junior Reserves. 4th Battalion, Junior Reserves. 5th Battalion, Junior Reserves. 6th Battalion, Junior Reserves. 7th Battalion, Junior Reserves. 8th Battalion, Junior Reserves. 9th Battalion, Junior Reserves.

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Start by marking The Flags of Civil War North Carolina as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Flags of Civil War North Carolina is the history of secession of North Carolina told through the banners that flew over its government, cavalry, and navy. From the flags of the Guilford Greys to the Buncombe Riflemen, this collection is a fascinating portrait of the state’s ill-fated battle for independence.

Praise for Glenn Dedmondt's previous books: "Dedmondt's book is timely testimony to the enduring power of.A tribute to the valiant men who fought under these flags

Praise for Glenn Dedmondt's previous books: "Dedmondt's book is timely testimony to the enduring power of flags to stir up and encapsulate powerful emotions. From the flags of the Guilford Greys to the Buncombe Riflemen, this collection is a fascinating portrait of the state's ill-fated battle for independence.

The flag-which the . War Department in Washington, . While many symbols represent the Civil War, few have evoked more emotion than flags. returned to the Tar Heel State in 1905-now is part of the North Carolina Museum of History collection. Even though North Carolina’s role and experience in the Civil War hold enormous historical importance, most modern Tar Heels remain unaware of all the flags associated with North Carolina and the Confederacy. The state’s Confederate troops carried and fought under four different kinds of flags: (1) state flags; (2) company flags; (3) national flags;.

Flags of Civil War Arkansas, The. Glenn Dedmondt. Glenn Dedmondt spent much of his life in the United States Marine Corps. Flags of Civil War North Carolina, The. He has served in, among others, Vietnam; Okinawa; Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii; and Parris Island. He received a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Southern Missionary College (now Southern Adventist University) in Collegedale, Tennessee. He lives with his wife on a farm in Doniphan, Missouri. 5 100% (1). 4 0% (0).

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The most recognizable Confederate flag, however, is not one of the South’s national flags but the Confederate battle flag, also known as the battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia. Additionally, on both sides there were corps, brigade and regimental flags, flags for various branches of military service, etc. Union Flags.

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A tribute to the valiant men who fought under these flags.

The Flags of Civil War North Carolina is the history of secession of North Carolina told through the banners that flew over its government, cavalry, and navy. From the flags of the Guilford Greys to the Buncombe Riflemen, this collection is a fascinating portrait of the state’s ill-fated battle for independence.

Glenn Dedmondt is a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He is the author of The Flags of Civil War Alabama and The Flags of Civil War South Carolina, also published by Pelican.


Comments: (6)

Renthadral
This publication has almost all of the extant NC Regimental battle flags. Most have a story to go with them. My ancestors were in the 50th NC. Inf. (GG grandfather and two of his sons). Highly recommended!.
Snowskin
Outstanding research & color illustrations !!
Kizshura
Great book loaded with useful information.
ACOS
A must have for those interested in their heritage. I consider this to be a great work on the subject.
Uleran
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 1861 to the end in 1865. Glenn Dedmondt makes every flags history interesting to read. The details of where the flag was made and what the flags went through are not boring by any means. This is an OUTSTANDING reference to any Civil War Historian or enthusiast. A fine addition to any Civil War library. Each of Glen Dedmondt's books about Confederate State Flags is worth obtaining. A truely must have!
Winawel
Incredible information on the formation of North Carolina troops and their leadership. Lots about individuals and their experiences. Also Cherokee troops history.
Flags of Civil War North Carolina, The (Flags of the Civil War) download epub
Americas
Author: Glenn Dedmondt
ISBN: 1565549929
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Pelican Publishing; 1st edition (January 31, 2003)
Pages: 208 pages