~~49th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Overview: 49th Infantry Regiment was organized in November, 1861, with men from Wilkinson, Telfair, Washington, Irwin, Laurens, Pierce, and Pulaski counties. After serving in Georgia and North Carolina, the regiment moved to Virginia. Here it was assigned to General J.R. Anderson's and E.L. Thomas' Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. The 49th took an active part in the campaigns of the army from Seven Pines to Cold Harbor, fought in the Petersburg trenches south of the James River, and was involved in the Appomattox operations. It reported 68 casualties at Second Manassas and 61 at Fredericksburg. The unit lost thirteen percent of the 280 at Chancellorsville and more than twenty-five percent of the 329 at Gettysburg. It surrendered with 8 officers and 103 men. Its field officers were Colonels John T. Jordan, A.J. Lane, and Samuel T. Player; Lieutenant Colonels Oliver H. Cooke, Seaborn M. Manning, Jonathon Rivers, and Wiley J. Williams; and Majors James B. Duggan, John A. Durham, and John H. Pate.
This Confederate Civil War Flag Confederate Battlefield is a reproduction of the 5th Issue Bunting of the 49th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia. Framed size is 50 1/2 by 50 1/2. Please call for a quote on shipping which is not included in the price. WE Can produce any Army of Northern Virginia in full size or any size you like. In addition, we can make any of the Confederate Army of Tennessee (Bragg, Hardee, Polk, East Tennessee) Army of Mississippi (Van Dorn, Price) or Department of the Gulf. Full size prices for these Civil War Flags start at $375.00-$1,000. These flags are hand sewn and hand painted. If you intend to fly the flag outside on a regular basis we charge an extra $35.00 for additional stitching. Flags can be made in silk, cotton, flannel, wool, or in the very best hand loomed Cotton Bunting, Hand Dyed, add $250.00.
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 29 April, 2014.