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106th Regiment, NY Volunteer InfantryGeneral Guide FlagsCivil War

18 1/2” hoist x 23 1/4” fly

106th General Guide Flag (2002.0006)

18 1/2” hoist x 24” fly

106th General Guide Flag (2002.0007)

A pair of silk general guide flags in the US National pattern with 35 embroidered stars in six horizontal rows of 6-6-6-5-6-6, semi-blok numbers with shadow effets, and sript state affiliation, “N.Y.S.V.” Known as the St. Lawrene ounty Regiment, the 106th Regiment organized at Ogdensburg under olonel Shuyler Judd and his successor, ol Edward James, and mustered into service for three years on August 27, 1862. The regiment deposited their flags with the state on July 17, 1865.

See the 106th Infantry Regiment History Page for more information about the unit.

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
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