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Evolution of the
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Historical information on various Historical Flags

Bennington Flag

The earliest known flag of 13 stars and 13 stripes is the one which flew over the Battle of Bennington in August of 1777, by the Vermont Militia,  fortunately, it is still preserved today in the museum at Bennington, Vermont.  as in many other flags from that era, the Bennington flag has unexpected differences from the flag we love today.  the first flag law did not indicate exact details of colors, proportions, star arrangement, etc.  since all flags were mad by hand, each flag was more or less different from all others.  No one today knows why the figure 76 was added in the canton.  While the stars have have 7 points, other Revolutionary flag' stars vary from 4 to 8 points. The first Stars and Stripes to lead American armed forces on land.


Named after its alleged designer. This pattern was one of many in use from 1777 to 1795. Although its authenticity has often been challenged, this flag has become an American historical legend.


This flag, often incorrectly shown with the blue field, was the final version of the famous New England flag, which was carried at the Battle of Bunker Hill on 17 June, 1775.


This flag stood for the minutemen from Culpepper, Virginia, part of Colonel Henry's 1st Virginia Regiment of 1775.

This is a popular variation of the United States Naval ensign which used the rattlesnake devise, first employed by Benjamin Franklin, and its well known warning - “DON’T TREAD ON ME.”


This flag is also know as the Betsy Ross 13 Star flag was commissioned by the first US Congress in 1777.  Representing the union of the original 13 states in the new constellation, it is an enduring symbol of America and remains today a legal flag approved for use on all flag displaying holidays.


This flag is believed to have been introduced by Jacques Cartier to North America as early as 1534.  Several famous French explorers such as Champlain and La Salle carried it.

The flag of the first commander of the U. S. Navy, Esek Hopkins. It takes the popular name from Colonel Christopher Gadsden, who gave replica of the original to the S.C. Provincial Congress.


By superimposing six white stripes on the British red ensign, the colonists created the first national flag of the United States, properly called the CONTINENTAL COLORS, USED FROM 1775 TO 1777.


This flag was one of the military colors used by British colonial troops after 1743.  As the British Union Flag it was the standard raised by the Jamestown settlers in 1607.  The design originated from the combination of St. George Cross with the Scottish Cross of St. Andrew.

This flag flew over Fort Moultrie in the harbor at Charleston, South Carolina, during the unsuccessful British attack on 28 June, 1776. It became part of the current South Carolina state flag.


This typical regimental color of the Revolution combines a state symbol, the anchor, with a national symbol, thirteen gold stars. The original flag is still in Providence, RI.


This flag is also known as the Lions and Castles Flag accompanied Christopher Columbus on his voyage to the new world.  Spanish explorers who followed Columbus spread it throughout Spain's new colonies.

This flag was carried to the New World by most of the early English explorers.  Its use can be traced back to 1277 in Britain.

The fifteen stars and fifteen stripes of this battered banner inspired Francis Scott Key to write our national anthem during the bombardment of Fort McHenry in 1814.


The first vessels in the American Navy, commissioned by George Washington in 1775, flew a pine tree flag of New England with motto, “AN APPEAL TO HEAVEN.”


This was the personal flag of the Commander-In-Chief during the Revolutionary War. A reproduction of this flag flies today at Washington's Headquarters, Valley Forge.

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