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    • First Michigan Colored Infantry (Regimental) Battle Flag

    • At the start of the Civil War, Blacks were not allowed to serve in the Union Army although many were eager to do so. Although Congress authorized the raising of African-American regiments in 1862, it was not until early 1863—after the Emancipation...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; First Michigan Colored Infantry; 1st Michigan Colored Infantry
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • Civil War broadside advertising for enlistment in Michigan's Twenty-ninth Infantry, with the text "Rally, Boys, Rally for the Flag! And Avoid the Draft." Posted August 3, 1864, by N. J. Frink in Marshall, Michigan.
    • American Civil War; Recruiting & enlistment; Twenty-ninth Michigan Infantry;29th Michigan Infantry; Broadsides; Marshall (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • Civil War broadside advertising enlistment in Michigan's 20th Infantry, emphasizing bounty payments. Posted by C. B. Grant in Ann Arbor.
    • American Civil War ; Recruiting & enlistment ; Twentieth Michigan Infantry ;20th Michigan Infantry; Broadsides ; Ann Arbor (Mich.)
    • 02nd Michigan Infantry - page 002

    • This volume follows the Michigan volunteers in the Second Michigan Infantry. The series is a compilation of the military history of each soldier of the Civil War who was a resident of the State of Michigan at the time of enlistment.
    • American Civil War; Regimental Histories; Soldiers; 2nd Michigan Infantry; Second Michigan Infantry
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • Civil War broadside advertising enlistment in Michigan's Seventeenth Infantry, posted by H. B. Androus, Detroit (Mich) (?).
    • American Civil War ; Recruiting & enlistment ; Seventeenth Michigan Infantry ;17th Michigan Infantry; Broadsides ; Androus, Henry B. ; Detroit (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • "Look out for drafting!!" Civil War broadside advertising for enlistment of men to Michigan's Seventeenth Infantry, Company A, posted by H. B. Androus in Detroit, Michigan.
    • American Civil War ; Recruiting & enlistment ; Seventeenth Michigan Infantry ;17th Michigan Infantry; Broadsides ; Androus, Henry B. ; Detroit (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • Patriotic recruitment broadside advertising an "Excursion Party for the Sunny South!" and warning that the Draft will be instituted if quota is not reached. Posted at Battle Creek, Michigan by Captain C. Byington and Lieutenant J. G. Smith,...
    • American Civil War ; Recruiting & enlistment ; Second Michigan Infantry ;2nd Michigan Infantry; Eighth Michigan Infantry ;8th Michigan Infantry; Broadsides ; Byington, Cyrus, 1793-1868 ;Cyrus Byington; Smith, J. G. ;J.G. Smith; Battle Creek (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • Civil War broadside urging enlistment of men for the Twenty-second Regiment of the Michigan Infantry, posted by Lucius H. Ives in Iosco, Michigan. Date illegible.
    • American Civil War; Recruiting & enlistment; Twenty-second Michigan Infantry;22nd Michigan Infantry; Broadsides; Iosco (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War recruitment banner

    • Civil War enlistment banner for Twenty-third Michigan Infantry, posted by O. L. Spaulding in March 1864, Corunna and St. Johns, Michigan. Includes text "Rally round the flag, boys!" and insignia reading "The Union Forever."
    • American Civil War; Recruiting & enlistment; Twenty-third Michigan Infantry;23rd Michigan Infantry; Spaulding, Oliver Lyman; Broadsides; Corunna (Mich.); St. Johns (Mich.)
    • First Michigan Colored Infantry (National) Battle Flag

    • At the start of the Civil War, Blacks were not allowed to serve in the Union Army although many were eager to do so. Although Congress authorized the raising of African-American regiments in 1862, it was not until early 1863—after the Emancipation...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; First Michigan Colored Infantry; 1st Michigan Colored Infantry
    • First Michigan Colored Infantry (Regimental) Battle Flag

    • At the start of the Civil War, Blacks were not allowed to serve in the Union Army although many were eager to do so. Although Congress authorized the raising of African-American regiments in 1862, it was not until early 1863—after the Emancipation...
    • American Civil War; battle flags; First Michigan Colored Infantry; 1st Michigan Colored Infantry

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