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  • Flowers of the South or “Fleurs du Sud” was a popular lithograph seen in many windows of Southern sympathizers in Federally occupied New Orleans. By skillfully arranging the flowers in his lithograph, local artist J. B. Guibet, was able to make available to New Orleanians an illustration of their beloved by outlawed “Stars and Bars”, the First National Confederate Flag. The blue shaded area in the upper left-hand corner represents the blue canton. There are eleven five- pointed flowers representing the seeded states and two blue flowers representing the Border States. The two rows of red-shaded flowers represent the red bar and the single row of white flowers, the white bar. When “Beast” Butler learned of Guibet’s deception every effort was made to locate and destroy his lithographs and engraving plates. Surviving original lithographs represent failure of “Beast” Butler to break the spirit of the city. Confederate Memorial Hall is proud to offer for sale a reproduction of the surviving examples, along with its history. Item shipped in mailing tube.
  • This book contains a history of Confederate Memorial Hall from its opening in 1891 to the present. It contains many early photo's of the building, and pictures of the Museum's vast collection of Civil War artifacts.
  • This is the story of how the myriad of treasures from the War Between the States found its way to Memorial Hall in the late 19th and early 20th century. Watch an insider's view of the Battle Abbey of the South, a monument to its founders and a repository of cherished tales and memorabilia from our nation's most defining conflict. Includes a booklet history of Memorial Hall from its early days through today. Order Standard DVD Edition, Cost is 15.00 for each, plus 4.00 Shipping and Handling.
  • Sturdy wooden Keepsake Box to store your valuables. Box is specially made for the Museum and has the logo of Confederate Memorial Hall embossed on the cover.
  • Handsomely crafted 16 oz. stein with the logo of Confederate Memorial Hall.
  • This detailed Map of Louisiana depicts the Civil War battle sites fought within the state. On the back side you can learn about the sites in detail and find out more information about Louisiana's part in the Civil War. Map shipped in mailing tube.
  • Reproduction portrait of Confederate president Jefferson Davis in oval frame.
  • Ceramic reproduction chamber pot with image of General Benjamin Butler in bottom.  Due to Butler's punitive "Woman's Order" during the Federal Occupation of New Orleans in 1862, one of the steps taken by "offended ladies", was to have Butler's image placed in the bottom of a chamber pot.  Product comes with copy of Butler's  "Woman's Order". 
  • This is the story of how the myriad of treasures from the War Between the States found its way to Memorial Hall in the late 19th and early 20th century. Watch an insider's view of the Battle Abbey of the South, a monument to its founders and a repository of cherished tales and memorabilia from our nation's most defining conflict. Includes a booklet history of Memorial Hall from its early days through today. Order Blue Ray DVD Edition, Cost is 15.00 for each, plus 4.00 Shipping and Handling.
  • Reproduction Portrait of Robert E. Lee, chief of the Army of Northern Virginia, in oval frame.
    • Golden 18 note music box
    • Choose your song from our selection
    • Measures 2.38" x 1.97"
    • Golden 18 note music box
    • Choose your song from our selection
    • Measures 2.38" x 1.97"