4th Minnesota flag carrier
|Description||Flag carrier made of a looped strap of bridle leather with a socket used to support a flag staff. Two brass United States General Service buttons with leather rosettes are sewn to the front of the strap. It was used during the Civil War by Sergeant Johnson Colter, Company I, and Sergeant Samuel M. Clayton, Company K, of the 4th Minnesota Infantry Regiment.
|Format||Content Category: artifacts
|Measurements||27.5 inches length
3.5 inches width
|Nomenclature||Belt (costume accessory)
Issued by: United States Army, 4th Minnesota Infantry Regiment (1861-1865), Company I
Used by: Colter, Private Johnson
Issued by: United States Army, 4th Minnesota Infantry Regiment (1861-1865), Company K
Used by: Clayton, Sergeant Samuel M.
Used in Civil War
Military. 1861-1865 (Civil & Indian Wars). Equipment & Supplies
Flags & Banners. Poles, Stands & Accessories
|Dates||Use: Approximately 1861 - Approximately 1865
|Holding Type||3D Objects|