Great details of the flag of the 29th TN. and its manufacture.
SAVANNAH [GA] REPUBLICAN, May 24, 1864, p. 2, c. 2
The 29th Tennessee.—The Augusta Chronicle notices a beautiful flag, made by Mrs. C. A. Platt of Augusta, and presented to the 29th Tennessee, by the patriotic ladies of Savannah, who in an admirable spirit of self-sacrifice furnished their silk dresses to make the banner. The flag is very neatly done—as all the flags made by Mrs. Platt are—and one would hardly suspect of what heterogeneous materials it is composed. It bears upon it the inscription, in gilt letters: "Presented by the Ladies of Savannah to the 29th Tennessee Regiment." Then follows the names of battle fields now rendered historic—Rock Castle, Fishing Creek, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge.