CONFEDERATE

     

The 31st Alabama

 
 

Unidentified - “Bell Everett”

Unidentified - Captured, Corinth, MS

45th Alabama Infantry

 

 

37th Arkansas Infantry

Unidentified Stainless

Unidentified - Red Palmetto

 

This battle flag of the 31st Alabama Volunteer Infantry was styled after the First National Flag of the Confederate States of America.

The canton contains 13 stars, a cross, and the inscription "GOD AND OUR NATIVE LAND" in letters 2.375" high. On the center stripe appears the inscription "THIRTY FIRST ALABAMA" in letters 4.5" high.

The flag was captured by Private Albert G. Trussel of Company G, 17th Iowa Volunteer Infantry at Champion Hills, Mississippi on May 24, 1862.