Tag Archives: Stainless Banner

Meaning No Disrespect . . .

The removal of South Carolina’s Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the Statehouse on Friday (7/10/2015) caused quite a kerfluffle, for many reasons.

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The Stainless Banner at the MOC

In commemoration of the sesquicentennial of Stonewall Jackson’s death, the Museum of the Confederacy recently displayed the second national flag of the Confederacy that had been used to drape Jackson’s coffin. Jack Humphries, a good friend of Emerging Civil War, … Continue reading

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