Pattern: First National flag (reverse); N/A (obverse); silk. Obverse: Gold brocade field with presentation history inscription and unit name in gold paint. Reverse: First National; Latin motto in gold paint, "Aut Vincere Aut Mori"
Stars: Eleven total (10 small stars, 1 large star), in gold paint.
Border: Gold silk fringe on 3 sides, hoist edge is missing.
Attachment: N/A (none remaining).
Unit Designation: "O. K. Boys" in gold paint on obverse.
Battle Honors: None.
|Material||textile (silk); paint|
|Dimensions||H-36 W-48 inches|
|Owned||John A. Andrew|
|Owner Regiment||31st North Carolina Infantry, Co. B, "O. K. Boys"|
|Event||Battle of Roanoke Island|
|Provenance||Flag of the 31st North Carolina Infantry, Co. B, "O. K. Boys". Made by Tempie Liles and presented to the unit by the Ladies of Anson County, North Carolina. Captured at Roanoke Island, North Carolina by the 21st Massachusetts Infantry and sent to Massachusetts governor, John A. Andrew, as a war trophy.|
Andrew, John A.
Battle of Roanoke Island
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