Revolutionary War

Betsy Ross

Betsy Ross

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Betsy Ross was a woman married to an upholsterer named John Ross. In 1776, at the start of the American Revolution, John was killed by a gunpowder... more info
Brandywine

Brandywine

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The Brandywine flag may have been the first flag ever made that had both thirteen stripes and thirteen stars. Named for the battle of Brandywine. The... more info
Culpepper

Culpepper

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This flag will be back in stock by July 24th. The Culpeper Minutemen were organized on 17 July 1775 in the district created by the Third Virginia... more info
First Navy Jack

First Navy Jack

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This was the original Navy Jack of the Continental Army. In 2002, the United States Navy re-introduced it as an official flag that now flies on all... more info
Fort Mercer

Fort Mercer

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The flag of Fort Mercer. Built-in 1777 by the continental army along the Delaware River in New Jersey. The fort was involved in the Battle of Red... more info
Grand Union

Grand Union

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This is the Grand Union or Continental Colors. This was an official flag of the Continental Army. It was used as both a Naval Ensign and a garrison... more info
Taunton

Taunton

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This flag was made by the Sons of Liberty and named after Taunton, Massachusetts. It is also the current city flag of Taunton, Massachusetts. The... more info
Washington Cruisers

Washington Cruisers

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George Washington commissioned six cruisers in 1775 and they used this flag. A similar flag was also used by the Massachusetts Navy and privateers... more info
Gadsden

Gadsden

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The Second Continental Congress authorized the mustering of five companies of Marines to accompany the Navy on their first mission. The first Marines... more info