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Marion Female Seminary


category : Seminars
While teaching here in 1861, Prussian-born artist Nicola Marschall designed the first national flag of the Confederate States of America, "The Stars and Bars." Itt was officially adopted by the Confederate States of America on March 4, 1861, and served as the national flag of the Confederacy longer than any other banner.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open by appt.
Address: Monroe St.

Phone: 334-683-9622
Fax: 334-683-4561

Come visit us in Marion, Alabama

Attractions and Upcoming Events


Moore/Webb/Holmes Plantation

1800s plantation owned by same family since 1819. Country store, smokehouse, log cotton seed house. Weaving, carriage and tenant houses. Blacksmith shop, grist mill, barns, more. 6 mi./9.5

Marion, AL Plantations


Lincoln Museum

Artifacts and exhibits of Lincoln Normal School, founded in 1867

Marion, AL Museums

Marion Female Seminary

While teaching here in 1861, Prussian-born artist Nicola Marschall designed the first national flag of the Confederate States of America, "The Stars and Bars." Itt was officially adopted by the Confederate States of America on March 4, 1861

Marion, AL Seminars

Things to do Seminars near Marion, AL

Marion Female Seminary

While teaching here in 1861, Prussian-born artist Nicola Marschall designed the first national flag of the Confederate States...