North Carolina Shape Wood Cutout - State Flag

North Carolina Shape Wood Cutout - State Flag - Pallet Sign - Wall Decor - Housewarming Gift - Wedding Gift - Groomsmen Gift - Anniversary

North Carolina Civil War Flag, 35th Regiment North Carolina Troops. The 35th was organized at Camp Crabtree near Raleigh in 1861 and probably received this flag in early 1862. The flag is a North Carolina State flag and originally featured the unit’s number designation, which was cut away, possibly as a souvenir. The dates on the flag represent the date of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence (May 20th, 1775) and the date of North Carolina’s secession (May 20th, 1861). The flag was…

North Carolina Civil War Flag, 35th Regiment North Carolina Troops. The 35th was organized at Camp Crabtree near Raleigh in 1861 and probably received this flag in early 1862. The flag is a North Carolina State flag and originally featured the unit’s number designation, which was cut away, possibly as a souvenir. The dates on the flag represent the date of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence (May 20th, 1775) and the date of North Carolina’s secession (May 20th, 1861). The flag was…

Badge worn by members of the North Carolina Confederate Veterans at various reunions around the state and at national conventions.  Love this!

Badge worn by members of the North Carolina Confederate Veterans at various reunions around the state and at national conventions. Love this!

Handmade Rustic Wood North Carolina Flag by PiedmontBrand on Etsy.  This is for ME!!!  The moment I move to NC I am buying this.

North Carolina Flag, Weathered Wood, Rustic Wood Flag, Wooden North Carolina Flag

Handmade Rustic Wood North Carolina Flag by PiedmontBrand on Etsy. This is for ME!!! The moment I move to NC I am buying this.

Wood Signs, Flags, American flag, North Carolina, spartan, wood, art, wood signs, distressed wood, painted wood signs

Wood Signs, Flags, American flag, North Carolina, spartan, wood, art, wood signs, distressed wood, painted wood signs

Mostly Cherokee men who fought for the Confederate Army in the ""Cherokee Battalion"" of the 69th North Carolina Regiment, under Col. William Holland Thomas during the Civil War, attending a Reunion in New Orleans, Louisiana

Mostly Cherokee men who fought for the Confederate Army in the ""Cherokee Battalion"" of the 69th North Carolina Regiment, under Col. William Holland Thomas during the Civil War, attending a Reunion in New Orleans, Louisiana

USS North Carolina Battleship has been permanently anchored in Wilmington, NC for many years now, but it still proudly flies the flags of battle.

USS North Carolina Battleship has been permanently anchored in Wilmington, NC for many years now, but it still proudly flies the flags of battle.

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