Other Historical Flags
"Don't Give up the Ship" were the dying words of James Lawrence aboard the USS Chesapeake during the War of 1812. His last utterance would become a naval battle cry and inspire a flag. The Bonnie Blue flag was the unofficial flag of the Confederate states at the beginning of the Civil War. The "Come and Take It" flag was first used in 1778 in Georgia at Fort Morris during the American Revolution and during the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas Revolution.
Flags with a historical element are an important component of the wide selection of flags at the United States Flag Store. We carry over two million flags and at our everyday low prices, there are flags to fit every budget.
Are you searching for an Alamo flag? We have those. Looking for the Cross of Burgundy flag? We even have the Cross of Burgundy flag that was used by Spain from 1506 through 1701. United States Flag Store really is your go to flag shop!
We stock 3ft x 5ft sizes in nylon for all historical flags we have available. The 100% cotton and single-ply polyester flags are made outside of the US and are an excellent value. We also have great value flagpoles and US flags made from tough nylon or super durable spun polyester flags
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