104th New York Regimental Flag. The 104th New York, known as the Wadsworth Guards, advanced through the Cornfield as part of the I Corps' attack. Carrying this silk regimental flag produced by Tiffany in the Spring of 1862, the 104th engaged Stonewall Jackson’s forces on the morning of September 17, 1862
Flag of the 1st Minnesota Light Artillery. The battery saw its first action at Shiloh where they played an important part in the defense of the "Hornets' Nest". They saw hard fighting at Corinth and as part of the Army of the Tennessee they endured the campaign to capture Vicksburg. Later the battery joined Gen. Sherman's forces in the Atlanta Campaign and the "March to the Sea." It continued with Sherman's forces through the Carolinas to the final battle of the war at Bentonville, N C.
U.S, Army Light Artillery Guidon, Sand's 11th Ohio Battery with Battle Honors. A Civil War flag from the Michael Madaus sub-collection of Civil War Military flags. It belonged to the Light Artillery Ohio Battery and was used by Ohio troops in the western theater of the American Civil War.