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The Flag of South Carolina

The Illustrated London News, vol. 38, no. 1083, p. 344.

April 13, 1861

THE FLAG OF SOUTH CAROLINA.—The Charleston Mercury of the 29th of January last says:—"The Legislature last night again altered the design of the State flag. It now consists of a blue field, with a white palmetto-tree in the middle, upright. The white crescent in the upper flagstaff corner remains as before, the horns pointing upward. This may be regarded as final.

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