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South Carolina Sovereignty State Flag Shirt - Chester County

South Carolina Sovereignty State Flag Shirt - Chester County

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South Carolina Sovereignty flag - proposed flag in 1860-1861 before the adoption of the Palmetto Republic Flag.

The blue field was traditional from 1776, as were the crescent and the palmetto. The red cross of St. George reflected the English heritage and Christian faith of South Carolina. The thirteen stars most likely represented the original thirteen colonies who "seceded" from the English union, with the center star representing South Carolina. Considering the heavy religious symbolism of the flag, the parallel representation of Christ and his disciples in the arrangement of stars cannot be discounted.

The design and color pattern of this flag were later adopted in the Army of Tennessee by General Leonidas Polk for use in his Corps, with the St. George's cross reflecting Polk's status as an ordained Episcopal bishop.


CHEST: Small (19"), Medium (20.5"), Large (22"), XL (24"), 2X (26").

LENGTH: Small (28"), Medium (29"), Large (30"), XL (31"), 2X (32").


100% cotton. Machine wash cold (inside out). Tumble dry low. Do not iron. We recommend a wash before wearing.

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