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Stars and Bars Flag
the Southern States seceded from the Union, each used its own
flag in place of the Stars and Stripes. Also known as the First
National Flag, the Stars and Bars was adopted on March 4, 1861
by the assembly of Montgomery, Alabama. They retained the blue
canton of the United States Flag and used stars to represent the
states. They replaced the stripes with alternating red and white
"bars" which led to its popular name.