1st Texas Infantry, Hood's Brigade, Lone Star Flag
This design was made by the daughter of the brigade's first colonel Lulu Wigfall. It honors the brave men of Hoods brigade who suffered 82.3 percent casualties in Miller's cornfield during the Battle of Sharpsburg. This is the highest casualty rate endured by any unit North or South during the entire war for Southern Independence.. During the battle, nine brave Texas standard bearers fell. it is said that when the ninth was killed, the flag was lost -- picked up from among the dead bodies by a Pennsylvania private.