Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Color Sergeant George Barber” in chapter 1.39 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...h was always made the central regiment, upon which the others of the brigade dressed in line of battle, as well as on parade, a new flag had become a necessity. The new battle flag was carried by Color Sergeant George Barber , of Co. G. until the night of April 1st, 1865, when crossing the Appomattox, he wrapped a stone in it and dropped it in the river, saying to his comrades about him, No enemy can ever have a flag of...

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