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    • Eighteenth Michigan Infantry (National) Battle Flag

    • In July 1862, with the war going badly for the Union, President Abraham Lincoln called for 300,000 more volunteers. The Eighteenth Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment was rapidly recruited and mustered in at Hillsdale. Pausing briefly in Toledo,...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; Eighteenth Michigan Infantry; 18th Michigan Infantry
    • First Michigan Light Artillery, Battery H Battle Flag

    • This flag belonged to Battery H, mustered in at Monroe in 1862 and called De Golyer's Battery after its commanding officer, Samuel De Golyer of Hudson. This magnificent flag with gold bullion fringe, cord and tassels, crossed cannons, an...
    • First Michigan Light Artillery; 1st Michigan Light Artillery; American Civil War; battle flags
    • First Michigan Light Artillery, Battery H Battle Flag

    • This flag belonged to Battery H, mustered in at Monroe in 1862 and called De Golyer's Battery after its commanding officer, Samuel De Golyer of Hudson. This magnificent flag with gold bullion fringe, cord and tassels, crossed cannons, an...
    • First Michigan Light Artillery; 1st Michigan Light Artillery; American Civil War; battle flags
    • Third Michigan Infantry (Regimental) Battle Flag (side A)

    • The Third was formed at Grand Rapids with troops from there as well as Lansing, Lyons and Saranac and was mustered into service in 1861. The troops received this blue regimental flag, hand embroidered in white floss with an eagle on both sides.
    • American Civil War; battle flags; Third Michigan Infantry; 3rd Michigan Infantry
    • Third Michigan Infantry (Regimental) Battle Flag (side B)

    • The Third was formed at Grand Rapids with troops from there as well as Lansing, Lyons and Saranac and was mustered into service in 1861. The troops received this blue regimental flag, hand embroidered in white floss with an eagle on both sides.
    • American Civil War; battle flags; Third Michigan Infantry; 3rd Michigan Infantry
    • Twelfth Michigan Infantry (National) Battle Flag

    • The Twelfth Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment was organized at Niles and mustered into service in March 1862. Julie Bretschneider--whose husband Robert fought with the Second and the Twelfth--sewed the flag by hand and embroidered the motto...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; Twelfth Michigan Infantry; 12th Michigan Infantry
    • Twenty-First Michigan Infantry (National) Battle Flag

    • The Twenty-first Volunteer Infantry Regiment fought in Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina. After the Civil War, regiments were ordered to return their battle flags to the state. The flag displayed here, painted with the names of the...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; Twenty-First Michigan Infantry; 21st Michigan Infantry
    • Twenty-Seventh Michigan Infantry (Regimental) Battle Flag

    • The Twenty-Seventh mustered in at Ypsilanti on 10 April 1863. It included three companies recruited from the Upper Peninsula. The regiment saw action primarily in Tennessee and Virginia and fought in the Battle of the Crater outside Petersburg,...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; Twenty-Seventh Michigan Infantry; 27th Michigan Infantry

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