This part of the website is under construction. We are in the lengthy process of writing short histories of the flags for each Michigan regiment, these histories will be put up on the website as they are completed.

First Michigan Three Months Voluntary Infantry Regiment

First Michigan Three Years Volunteer Infantry Regiment

First Michigan Colored Infantry/102nd United States Colored Troops

Second Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Fifth Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Sixth Michigan Volunteer Infantry/Sixth Michigan Heavy Artillery
Flag of the Ninth Michigan Volunteer Cavalry Regiment.
This flag was presented to the Ninth Michigan Volunteer Cavalry Regiment when its men were mustered in during 1863 in Coldwater. Writing in 1876, Adjutant General John Robertson described the flag as a "very neat and finely lettered silk standard, with the United States arms on one side, and on the other that of the State, with the inscription: ‘Presented by the ladies of Coldwater.' The Flag passed through many hard battlefields, but was carefully guarded and well defended."
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