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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Confederate States' flag. (search)
n order was issued adopting the Beauregard flag, as it was called, and directing me, as chief quartermaster, to have the flag made as soon as it could be done. I immediately issued an address to the good ladies of the South to give me their red and blue silk dresses and to send them to Captain Colin McRae Selph, Quartermaster, at Richmond (Captain Selph is now living in New Orleans), where he was assisted by two young ladies, Misses Hettie and Constance Cary, from Baltimore, and Mrs. General Henningsen, of Savannah, and Mrs. Judge Hopkins, of Alabama. The Misses Cary made battle-flags for Generals Beauregard and Van Dorn, and, I think, for General J. E. Johnston, and they made General Beauregard's out of their own silk dresses. This flag is now in Memorial Hall, New Orleans, with a statement of that fact from General Beauregard. General Van Dorn's flag was made of a heavier material, but was very pretty. Made from silk dresses. Captain Selph had several of these flags ma
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
rt, Assault and defenders of, 60, Grigsby, Colonel A. J., 23. Hale, Major E. J., 346. Hall, Major, Thornton, 17. Hardee, Major-General W. J., 151. Hardin, Major M. D., 141. Hare, Otway P., 19. Hare's Hill, 19. Hallock, Chas., 86. Halsey, Captain Don P., gallantry of 193, 200. Halsey. Hon. Don P., 81,193. Hancock, General W. S., 356. Handkerchiefs, Battle of, 340. Harpers Ferry, 32; capture of, 278. Harris, Governor Isham G., 52. Harrison, Miss, Ellanetta, 169. Henningsen, Mrs. General C. F., 70. Hill, General D. H., 348. Hindman Biscoe, 165; General T. C., 152. History Committee, Report of, 340; members of, 364. Howard, Colonel, James, 141; Captain McHenry, 129. Howitzers at Bethel, Richmond, 348. Hundley, Horace L., 330. Hunt, General H. J., 357. Hunter, Andrew, 267; Alexander 32. Hypodermic Syringe, first used in C. S. Army, 372. Imboden, Captain F. M., 15; Colonel George W. 12; General J. D., 11; officers of his brigade, 12. Jac