Pattern: Bragg's Corps battle flag; cotton.
Stars: Twelve white cotton, 6-pointed.
Border: Red and white, 6 inches wide.
Unit Designation: None.
Battle Honors: None.
|Dimensions||H-41 W-65 inches|
|Owner Regiment||57th Georgia Infantry|
|Made||Henry Cassidy, New Orleans, Louisiana|
Flag of the 57th Georgia Infantry. Believed issued to the unit after November 1862.
Bragg's Corps battle flags were made by Henry Cassidy, a private contractor in New Orleans, Louisiana. A sail maker by trade, Cassidy made Louisiana state flags, large First National Confederate flags, and other flags for the Army's fleet of gunboats. He made more than 125 flags for the Western army and Bragg's Corps in three separate groups. This flag was part of the third group, which were rectangular with a wide pink border on all four sides, and bearing twelve six-pointed stars.