Culpeper Flag 3X5 Foot Endura-Poly With Pole Hem - The Culpeper flag is somewhat doubtful historically. It only dates to Lossing's 19th Century book on the American Revolution and there isn't any documentation about it otherwise. Also, there are no colors as it was illustrated as a line drawing. Also, Lossing says the Culpeper Minute Men used it but also says they were active 1776-77, so 1775 date not supported at all. There is supposed to be a contemporary account of this flag, but it cannot be found. While I personally cannot account for the historical usage of the flag, I know that the flag was indeed used in the Revolution by soldiers from Culpeper County, Virginia. I know this because Culpeper County is just north of Madison County, where I am from, and during the Revolution Madison was still part of Culpeper and Orange counties. Several people from the Madison area fought in the Culpeper Minutemen. I also know that the Culpeper flag was flown by several Civil War Confederate units from the area. Quite a few Madison residents served in those units and the flag is documented in their letters home which are preserved at the Madison Public Library and the Kemper Mansion in the town of Madison. I also know that the flag of the Culpeper Minutemen is currently used as the official flag of Culpeper County, Virginia source: http://www.fotw.us/flags/us-culp.html#cul(Imported)
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