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American Historical Flags

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  • The Gadsden flag, also known as the Don’t Tread On Me flag, featuring a bold yellow background with a simple illustration of a coiled timber rattlesnake in its center and the revolutionary slogan, “Don’t Tread On Me,” printed in bold capital letters along the bottom. Gadsden flag waving in the wind. Submitted by James K.

    Gadsden Flag

    The Gadsden flag, both a comic illustration and a serious philosophy, is instantly recognizable as one of America’s oldest and most patriotic symbols. Since its inception in 1775 during the American Revolution, it has become one of the most iconic...

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  • The Mississippi state flag consists of three equal horizontal bands of blue, white, and red. In the top left corner is a canton of red with a white-bordered saltire cross of blue. In the cross are 13 white stars. A durable canvas header with brass grommets is on the left for attachment to flagpoles. Mississippi stat flag flying on a silver aluminum flagpole with a ball on top during a sunny day in Jackson, Mississippi. Photo by Michele B.

    1894-2020 Mississippi Flag

    MISSISSIPPI STATE FLAG HISTORY Mississippi joined the United States in 1817 and was the 20th state admitted to the Union. Mississippi lacked a state flag until the 1860s and the least design, created by Edward Scudder, was adopted in 1894. In 2020 the...

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  • The flag features a blue canton with thirteen white stars arranged in a circle, bordered beneath and to the right by thirteen red and white alternating stripes.  Close up view of the embroidered stars and sewn stripes of the cotton Betsy Ross flag.

    Betsy Ross Flag

    13 Colony Flag Since the turn of the 20th century, the Betsy Ross flag has come to embody popular American patriotism perhaps more than any other flag. And it’s easy to see why: the legend of Betsy Ross and the flag of the 13 colonies is about as...

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  • The First Navy Jack flag consists of 13 alternating red and white stripes with a gold and red rattlesnake draped across it. In the bottom white line is black text reading “DON'T TREAD ON ME”. On the left side is a canvas header with brass grommets for attachment to flagpoles.

    First Navy Jack Flag

    The First Navy Jack flag is deeply rooted in American Revolutionary history. Though historians debate the exact colors and dimensions, it’s likely that during the early stages of the American Revolution, Patriot vessels flew a similar naval jack or...

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  • Bennington Flag

    Fly the Bennington flag, which is symbolic of the 13 American colonies that were in a state of rebellion against Great Britain! Made in America Authentic design Sewn edges Polyester canvas heading Brass grommets

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  • The Culpeper all-white flag features a black line drawing of a timber rattlesnake, coiled for attack, surrounded by the revolutionary slogans “Don’t Tread on Me” and “Liberty or Death.” Scrolling across the top of the flag is a ribbon-style banner, on which are printed the words, “The Culpeper Minutemen” in black capital letters.

    Culpeper Flag

    Bearing the iconic symbol of the rattlesnake and not one but two famous revolutionary slogans (”Don’t Tread on Me” and “Liberty or Death”), the Culpeper flag was the official flag of the Culpeper Minutemen, a small and...

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  • Star Spangled Banner Flag

    Enjoy the Star Spangled Banner Flag that was waving proudly over Fort McHenry when the British Navy attacked, and Francis Scott Key was held hostage and inspired to write the National Anthem. Made in America 3' x 5' 15 embroidered stars Authentic...

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  • The exquisite Bedford flag features a scarlet background with an arm with plate armor clutching a gold and silver sword. The arm is emerging from a cloud, and attached to the sword is a scroll reading “Vince Aut Morire”, Latin for “Conquer or Die”. Our flag surrounds that scarlet background with a white border, and on its left side is a sturdy canvas header with brass grommets for easy and secure attachment to flagpoles.

    Bedford Flag

    As the legend goes, the Bedford flag was carried into battle by Bedford, Massachusetts, resident Nathaniel Page at the first battle of the American Revolution, the Battle of Lexington & Concord in 1775. This exquisite flag became a major political...

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  • Grand Union Flag

    The Grand Union Flag was the second flag of the colonies, and was created to symbolize the national aspect of the colonies along with the allegiance to Britain. Made in America 3' x 5' Authentic design 100% nylon Sewn edges Polyester canvas...

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