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The Hanover Associators  

#H144 $89.00

3x5' Brilliantly dyed nylon with heading and grommets

A militia formed 1774 "that in the event of Great Britain attempting to force unjust laws upon us by strength of arms, our cause we leave to Heaven and our rifles." To these Pennsylvania country boys the right to bear arms was decidedly not about duck hunting. Lest anyone miss their point, the rifle and their motto "Liberty or Death adorned their flag.

American Revolution


Don't Tread On Me

Gadsden Flag

American Revolution

One of Several Don't Tread On Me Flags        

Long a favorite of Revolutionary War History Buffs

The Gadsden Flag: A Symbol Since 1776 when it was given given by Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina to Esek Hopkins the, first commander in chief of the continental navy, who used it as his personal flag. In modern times it became popular with The Tea Party beginning in 2009. Many people mistakenly believe that this flag first came into existence then and incorrectly refer to it as "The Tea Party Flag."

The message to the British was unmistakable. This has always been the most recognizable of the different colonial snake flags.


First Continental Regiment Flag

"First Continental Regiment Flag"

Their motto: I refuse to be subjugated"

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The White Plains Flag: Liberty or Death


Custom Made to Order

3x5' Brilliantly dyed nylon with heading and grommets

The message to the British was unmistakable. The blue cap hanging on the staff is a "liberty cap." It goes back to ancient Rome where it was called a "Phrygian cap." A master would give the cap to a freed slave as a symbol of his new found freedom. The Phrygian cap was a common symbol in colonial politics. The sword speaks for itself.

"These colors were captured by the Hessians either on August 27, 1776, at the Battle of Long Islands, or Oct. 28, 1776, at the Battle of White Plains. A German account, listing the earlier date, belittles the skill of the American troops who surrendered under this flag, but it was only a few weeks later that the same Hessians under Colonel Rall surrendered to General Washington at Trenton, Dec. 26, 1776. The design on the flag is taken from an undated engraving."

Source: "Flags to Color from the American Revolution."

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Sons of Liberty

American Revolution


Culpeper Minutemen Flag  

#H159  $69.00

3'x5' Nylon with heading and grommets

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First Navy Jack Flag

 #H58   $69.00

3'x5' Nylon with heading and grommets

2x3' #H582 $60.00 

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Fort Moultrie Flag

#H157 $79.00

3'x5' Nylon with heading and grommets

Fort Moultrie June 28, 1776. South Carolinians with attitude hold up in the incomplete fort manage to defend it and save Charleston from occupation. The British fleet retires after a 9 hour battle

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Star Spangled Banner

Americans sticking together under siege in the face of a superior force

This is the one that the song is about and thank goodness it is the last time that The Brits were our enemies.

War of 1812




The Gonzales Banner

#H28 $69.00 3x5' Nylon With Heading & Grommets

From Oct. 2,1835 in the history of The Great Lone Star State of Texas!

The Texas Revolution against Mexico

Santa Anna had abolished the Mexican constitution of 1824 and made himself Dictator there. In 1835 he sends forces to reclaim a cannon in Gonzales. Can't have a cannon out among the people you are trying to control! On October 2, Texan volunteers unfurl this flag and fire the first shot in their war for independence from Mexico. Good old American defiance! At the time, Texas was a Mexican province. That December, Texans take over the nearby Alamo and allow the defeated Mexicans there to leave. But in February 1836 5,000 Mexican troops arrive led by Santa Anna himself against whom 182 Texans and Tejanos, Texans of Mexican descent, hold out for 10 days before drawing their famous "line in the dust" and perishing to the man. A handful of women and children are spared. The Gonzales Banner is an emotional and spontaneous expression of a handful of Texans standing up for their freedom and democracy.

Molon Labe Flag

Molon Labe Flag

"Come and take them"

An ancient response given by the Greeks to the Persian armies who demanded they surrender their weapons at the battle of Thermopylae.

3x5' Printed printed polyester design with heading and grommets

#R1527 $89.00



Confederate Flags, Southern Flags

The Civil War


Suffratette Flag; Flag of the National Woman's Party

Suffragist Flags Flags of the National Women's Party




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