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Secession cockade

In 1861, many citizens of North Carolina wore cockades to show their support for secession from the Union. A cockade is a knot of ribbons usually worn on a hat. This cockade, circa 1861, consists of red ribbon surrounding a brass button.

Secession cockade
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