Pattern: Postwar Army of Northern Virginia battle flag; wool, cotton.
Stars: Thirteen 5-pointed; center star is gold, all others are white.
Unit Designation: None.
Battle Honors: None.
|Material||textile (wool, cotton)|
|Dimensions||H-34.4 W-33.25 inches|
|Owner Regiment||Postwar North Carolina (portion is wartime 46th North Carolina Volunteers)|
|Made||wife and daughters of Gen. J. R. Cooke|
|Event||Surrender at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865|
|Provenance||Postwar flag of North Carolina (portion is wartime 46th North Carolina Volunteers). Made and presented by the wife and daughters of General J. R. Cooke for the Confederate Reunion at Nashville, Tennessee in June 1897. The center star was cut from the original flag of the 46th North Carolina Volunteers, Cooke's Brigade, by Captain R. A. Bost at the surrender at Appomattox C. H., April 1865.|
Cooke, John Rogers, Mrs.
Cooke, John Rogers
Bost, R. A.
Surrender at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865