Flags of the Confederate States of America – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Flags of the Confederate States of America

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This article is about historical uses of flags associated with the Confederate States of America. For modern uses, see Modern display of the Confederate flag.

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Flag of the Confederate States of America (1861-1863).svg
The first Confederate National Flag, fourth and final version.

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Confederate States of America Flag of the Confederate States of America (1861-1863).svg

The first Confederate National Flag, fourth and final version.

Name “The Stars and Bars”

Use National flag Design used in the past, but now abandoned

Adopted March 4, 1861 (first 7-star version)

November 28, 1861 (final 13-star version)

Design Three horizontal stripes of equal height, alternating red and white, with a blue square two-thirds the height of the flag as the canton. Inside the canton are white five-pointed stars of equal size, arranged in a circle and pointing outward.

Designed by Nicola Marschall

Second flag of the Confederate States of…

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