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Offered is a crisp ribbon worn by Confederates who attended the Confederate Memorial Day held in Baltimore, Maryland held in 1894.† The off white ribbon has a black stripe on either side.† The likeness of the† flag of Maryland and the Confederate battle flag† are on the ribbon.† The Maryland cross is on top of the flags.† Written on the ribbon in black ink is "Confederate Memorial Day - Baltimore, Md. - June 6, 1894. - Wherever the brave have died, They should not rest apart; Living, they struggled side by side, Why should the hands of death divide A single heart from heart?† Gather their scattered clay, Wherever it may rest; Just as they marched to the bloody fray, Just as they fell on battle day, Bury them brest to brest.".† The ribbon is very clean and in good condition.
Item #: 17414