Confederate South Carolina Sovereignty Flag – Double Nylon Embroidered 3 x 5 ft.
SC Sovereignty Flag
Size: 3×5 ft
The Confederate South Carolina Sovereignty Flag was flown when South Carolina seceded, and was used during the Civil War. It was a red flag with 15 stars in a blue cross, and had a palm tree and crescent are in the corner. It may have been the inspiration for the Confederate Battle Flag. William Porcher Miles, the Confederate Congressman (and an officer under General Beuregard’s command) who championed the Battle Flag design was from South Carolina.
The relentless attack on history by tyrannical forces continues in the United States unchecked and can only be stopped by the good citizens who rule the country to show their pride in history, good, bad or indifferent. South Carolina showed its states rights by seceding from the Union one cold January in the 19th century declaring itself to be a free independent sovereign nation. It was the first of 11 states to do so and did it before the formation later in 1861 of the Confederate States of America. This is historical fact and has ONLY to do with the rights of a free people to rule themselves and no other issue. Keep the memorials, statues and symbols of a bygone era that, in fact really did happen.