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  • Alamo

    Alamo Flag

    This flag was created by replacing the Eagle in the center of the Mexican tricolor with the year "1824", referencing the 1824 Constitution of Mexico, in support of which Texas was fighting. This was the first flag approved for use by rebel forces by a...

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  • Bennington Flag

    Bennington Flag

    Believed by many authorities to be the first Stars and Stripes used by American land troops. Flown over the military stores at Bennington on August 16, 1777 when General John Stark's militia led Americans to victory over a raiding British force...

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  • Bonnie Blue Flag

    Bonnie Blue Flag

    The Bonnie Blue Flag, also known as the Lone Star Flag, is a popular symbol of independence in the 19th Century in the United States south. For a brief time period it was used in Eastern Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi. Our Bonnie Blue flag is made...

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  • British Red Ensign

    British Red Ensign Flag

    In 1707 Queen Anne adopted a new flag for the United Kingdom - The Union Jack on a field of Red. Called the British Red Ensign, Cornwallis surrendered under this flag at Yorktown in 1781. Constructed of 100% Nylon, this flag is 3 x 5 feet in Size.

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  • Continental Flag

    Continental Flag

    The Red Continental flag is the one used by American forces at the Battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. It has many names: Continental, Red Continental, New England, New England Bunker Hill. Constructed of 100% Nylon, this flag is 3 x 5 feet in Size

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  • Culpeper Flag

    Culpeper Flag

    Constructed of 100% Nylon, this flag is 3 x 5 feet in Size Commercial grade Brass Grommets and Header History: The Culpeper Minutemen were organized on 17 July 1775 in the district created by the Third Virginia Convention consisting of the counties...

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  • Gadsden Flags

    Don't Tread On Me Gadsden Flag

    Our Commercial Grade flag. Named after Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina, was flown early in 1776 by Commodore Esek Hopkins of Rhode Island, first Commander-in-chief of the Continental Fleet. Made from heavy duty nylon material with header and...

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