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Confederate Infantry Flagbearer with 1st National Colors
The original flag of the Confederate States of America, commonly known as the “Stars and Bars,” was approved by the Congress of the Confederate States and first raised over the capital building in Montgomery, Alabama, on the afternoon of the 4 March 1861. Use of the new flag spread quickly across the South with the original version having the stars in a circle, the number of stars corresponding to the states admitted to the Confederacy. Despite the official pattern and numbers, individual examples of the Stars and Bars varied greatly, with numbers of stars ranging from 1 to 17, and star patterns deviating beyond the officially sanctioned circle.
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