Flying Confederate Flags

 

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Confederate Flags Flown Over Southern Home

This picture shows Confederate Flags flying in front of a Southern Home. The flag on the left is the Confederate Battle Flag, and the flag on the right is the First National Flag of the Confederate States of America. These flags are flown across the south to this day. In most cases, the flag is flown as a symbol of Southern pride. In other cases, the flags are flown as a symbol of political protest by people who feel disenfranchised by the present political system. The flags are particularly popular in rural areas.

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Also See History of the American Flag and Texas Flags

 

 

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