Campaign and War Service Streamers
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Civill War

Civil War Streamer Union Service
Civil War Streamer Confederate Service

Civil War. There were 25 campaigns in the Civil War. The streamers are equally divided with blue and gray. Units that received campaign credit as a confederate unit use the same ribbon with the colors reversed. Blue refers to Federal Service and gray is indicative of the Confederacy, joined together they represent the unification of the country after the Civil War. The following inscriptions in yellow are authorized on the streamers:

SUMTER 1861 BULL RUN 1861 (''FIRST MANASSAS'') FOR CONFEDERATE SERVICE) HENRY & DONELSON 1862
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1862-1863 PENINSULA 1862 SHILOH 1862
VALLEY 1862 MANASSAS 1862 (''SECOND MANASSAS'') FOR CONFEDERATE SERVICE ANTIETAM 1862 (''SHARPSBURG'') FOR CONFEDERATE SERVICE
FREDERICKSBURG 1862 MURFREESBOROUGH 1862-1863 CHANCELLORSVILLE 1863
GETTYSBURG 1863 VICKSBURG 1863 CHICKAMAUGA 1863
CHATTANOOGA 1863 WILDERNESS 1864 ATLANTA 1864
SPOTSYLVANIA 1864 COLD HARBOR 1864 PETERSBURG 1864-1865
SHENANDOAH 1864 FRANKLIN 1864 NASHVILLE 1864
APPOMATTOX 1865





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