According to the 1957 Stevens-Davis and allied families: a memorial volume of history , biography, and genealogy :
Commercially, this design is called the "Whiteman flag" or "White-man design", the term a contraction of a phrase used in another Thompson editorial, a paragraph of which reads: "Such a flag would be a suitable emblem of our young Confederacy, and, sustained by the brave hearts and strong arms of the South, it would take rank among the proudest ensigns of the nations, and be hailed by the civilized world as "THE WHITE MAN'S FLAG." (a) . Flag makers have contracted the phrase, "THE WHITE MAN'S FLAG", into "Whiteman's flag" or "Whiteman's design", and under that name this flag is catalogued and sold.
Is there independent evidence for or against this being true, that the second Confederate national flag was cataloged and sold as "Whiteman's flag"?
(This question is inspired by, but not a duplicate of, another question about the flag. The present question is specifically about what name flag makers catalogued and sold the flag under, and is not asking about who designed the flag or the reasoning behind the design of the flag.)