1776 Gadsden Don't Tread Me Double Sided Flag 3' x 5' Indoor Outdoor...
1776 Gadsden Don't Tread Me Double Sided Flag 3' x 5' Indoor Outdoor Historical Banner
In 1775 the colonies of the New World were nearing a period that would change the course of world history forever. It was the beginning of the American Revolution. The British Empire and its powerful military occupied Boston and tension in the colonies was escalating. A leading statesman and general, George Washington, proposed intercepting incoming British ships providing needed supplies to the fledgling military. The popular vote in Philadelphia disagreed with any attempt that might upset the king, especially after the events such as the well-known Boston Tea Party. Regardless, General Washington took it upon himself to commission six privately owned schooners to start his own navy. Rumored to be at the general’s expense, the fleet was called “Washington’s Secret Navy” and all boats were to have “An Appeal to Heaven” flag flown upon them. The white flag dawning an evergreen tree in the center with the moniker “An Appeal to Heaven” became the symbol of righteous justification for the colonies fighting to secure their God-given rights.
A quality flag made of super polyester with two Metal grommets on inner fly side for easy flag pole attachment or hanging on wall..
Synthetic Waterproof Material Double Sided 2 Flags Sewed Together
Bright fade-resistant inks Quality Colors And Graphics
Double Stitched Edges 4 Rows On The Fly Side Reinforced Grommet Light weight lets flags fly well even in light breeze
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