38th Regiment Alabama Volunteers Flag of Confederate Army
Size: 3×5 feet
The 38th Alabama was at Mobile, Alabama, from the spring of 1862 when formed until spring of 1863. They were primarily at Camp Holt on Dauphin Way, a few miles west of downtown, near Monterey and Dauphin Streets. Here they were occupied in learning to be soldiers, drilling and tactics and in constructing defensive fortifications around the city of Mobile. The men came from Clarke, Monroe, Wilcox, Choctaw, Fayette, Conecuh, Coosa, Dallas, Baldwin and Mobile counties of Alabama. Most had never been away from home before and many died from disease long before they saw an enemy. There are 1500 men listed in the compiled service records as having enlisted in the 38th Alabama Infantry Volunteers. The regiment was commanded by Colonel Charles T. Ketchum of Mobile.
The 38th Alabama Infantry Regiment was mustered in at Mobile, Alabama, in May 1862.
The regiment surrendered at Meridian, Mississippi, on May 4, 1865.
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