Hey folks! Trying to determine anything I can about this flag I picked up in a trade. Here’s some photos (I played around with lighting to make some things easier to see): https://imgur.com/a/BYp9PGg Here’s what I know: - it’s approximately 68.5” x 45” - St Andrews Cross design (used by some Arkansas units) - has the unit listed like this: 32d ARK. REG. INF. - JENKINS FERRY is the battle listed at the bottom of the flag - text on the header: Col. L. C. Gause White River Wm Steel M (front and back) I know L.C. Gause commanded the 32nd Arkansas and they did indeed fight at Jenkins Ferry. He was also a Congressman after the war. The 32nd disbanded in March 1865 at White River but later officially surrendered as part of the Trans-Mississippi Army. I do NOT know who William Steel was, but here’s some thoughts... Frederick Steele opposed the Confederates at Jenkin’s Ferry and his full name didn’t include a William anywhere. The only other significant “Steel” was the Confederate General William Steele (with an “e”). He was also in the Trans-Mississippi CSA Army, as was the 32nd. Anyone have any thoughts on any of this? Thank you so much!!