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Green Mountain Boys Flag

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A Green Mountain Boys flag with a blue canton on a green field. There are 13 white stars placed irregularly throughout the canton.
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Are you a part of the Vermont National Guard or simply a fan of the state’s history? Show off your pride with a Green Mountain Boys flag! This 3’ x 5’ banner is made in America of high-quality nylon, making it sturdy yet lightweight enough to fly in light winds. Attach this flag easily to any of our outdoor flagpoles thanks to the inclusion of a strong canvas header and brass grommets.


  • Made in America
  • 3’ x 5’ sizing
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas header
  • Brass grommets

History & Meaning of the Green Mountain Boys Flag

This flag was initially used by the Green Mountain Boys, a militia that was organized in 1770 in the region between the British provinces of New York and New Hampshire, to prevent New York from taking control. This area would later become the Vermont Republic, joining the Union as the 14th state on March 4, 1791. The Green Mountain Boys also fought as a regiment during the American Revolutionary War. Today, the flag is used as a regimental flag by the Vermont National Guard.

The green coloring of the flag was chosen to represent Vermont’s natural landscapes, while the 13 stars symbolize the original American colonies.


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The Green Mountain Boys were a militia organization first established in the late 1760s in the territory between the British provinces of New York and New Hampshire, known as the New Hampshire Grants (which later became the state of Vermont). Headed by Ethan Allen and members of his extended family, they were instrumental in resisting New York's attempts to control the territory, over which it had won de jure control in a territorial dispute with New Hampshire.