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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The cruise of the Shenandoah. (search)
The cruise of the Shenandoah. The stirring story of her Circumnavigation of the globe and many Conquests on the high seas. From the pen of her Executive officer, Captain William C. Whittle. The following is taken from the Confederate Column of the Portsmouth Star, conducted by Colonel William H. Stewart, published in serial issues of March 13, April 3, 1907: We are pleased to announce that the marvelous story of the Confederate States ship Shenandoah, from the pen of her executive officer, commences with this issue of The Star and will be continued until finished. On May I, 1863, the Confederate Congress adopted the design of the second national flag with the battle flag for the union and a pure white field. The first flag made was sent by President Davis to enfold the body of Stonewall Jackson, and from this fact it was sometimes called Jackson's flag. Its other name was Stainless Banner. This was the only Confederate flag that circumnavigated the globe and wav