Pictures of U S Flags - My Salute To Old Glory
American Flag - The Many Faces of the U. S. Flags! Old Glory!
This lens deals with U. S.. Flags and a salute to patriotism. It gives a pictorial history and background of old glory
The flag of the United States is among our nation's most recognizable symbols. We love "Old Glory!" As you travel the U.S.A., you will see it most frequently displayed. This is true of both public and private venues. I thought it might be interesting to visit and revisit some of its faces throughout history!
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A Picture glimpse of Old Glory
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Old Glory Picture Background and History!
Rattlesnake Emblen on Colonial FlagThe rattlesnake insignia was most appealing. American patriots favored this native New World creature as a fitting symbol for their cause because they would not strike unless provoked—and would give just warning first.
Grabd Union Flag - New Year's Day 1776The soldiers of the Continental Army gathering on New Year's Day 1776 brought their own individual local flags—but they were sworn to fight as one under General George Washington and to bring honor to the new flag. Combining British crosses with the red and white stripes of the Colonies showed that there was still hope for resolution, it was known as the Grand Union Flag.
13 Stars and Striprd Flags
"Thirteen Stars . . . Representing A New Constellation" - quite imaginatively. Stars arranged in a circle (above) were popular, while Long Islander John Hulbert placed the stars in a geometric cluster (below).
Battle of Bennington Flag
Oldest Known Flag
Experts believe this flag (Battle of Bennington on August 16, 1777) is the oldest Stars and Stripes in existence.
Captain John Paul Jones's Flag
The captain of the British ship Serapu insisted, "Will you surrender? " Jones's reply: "I have not yet begun to fight! " Jones won, only to see his ship sink the next day. In his diary he wrote, "The very last vestige mortal eyes ever saw of the Bon Homme Richard was the defiant waving of her unconquered and unstricken flag as she went down. And as I had given them the good old ship for their sepulchre, I now bequeathed to my immortal dead the Flag they had so desperately defended, for their winding sheet."
The Original Star-Spangled Banner - 15 Stars And 15 Stripes
The Original Star-Spangled Banner Of 15 Stars And 15 Stripes (mandated by Congress after the admission of Vermont and Kentucky) - Fort McHenry in September 1814.
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U S Flag - Old Glory Links and Resources
- USFlag.org: A website dedicated to the Flag of the United States ...
Find answers to common and uncommon questions about the United States Flag and its evolution. Information on Flag etiquette and the U.S. Flag Code. Patriotic poems, hymns, and essays.
- I Am The Flag
I AM THE FLAG I am the flag of the United States of America. My name is Old Glory. I fly atop the world's tallest buildings. I stand watch in America's halls of justice.
- U S Flag clipart
Free American Flag Clipart In addition to free American flag clipart, you'll discover thousands of free clipart images including American history photos.
- U S Flag History
History of the American Flag American Flag History - Our flag carries American ideas, American history and American feelings. It is not a painted rag. ...
- Betsy Ross Homepage
Betsy Ross and the first American flag. Betsy Ross House. Betsy Ross, George Washington and the flag. Betsy Ross's life. Cut a 5-pointed star in one snip. Flag facts.
- Flag Picture Gallery
Betsy Ross sewed the first American flag. Betsy Ross House. Betsy Ross, George Washington and the flag. Betsy Ross's life. Cut a 5-pointed star in one snip. Flag facts.
- Early US Flags
US Flags: Prologue by David B. MartucciDuring the earliest days of the United States, the situation regarding Flags was much different than it is today; there was no one single design, nor was there much conformity in flags even within a single desig
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