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Take me out to the ball game
Take me out with the crowd
Buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks
I don’t care if I never get back
Let me root, root, root
For the home team
If they don’t win it’s a shame
For it’s one,
Three strikes you’re out
At the old ball game
All I need is just one chance
I could hit a home run
There isn’t anyone else like me
Maybe I’ll go down in history
And it’s root, root, root
For the home team
Here comes fortune and fame
‘Cause I know
I’ll be the star
At the old
The Cowpens flag, or 3rd Maryland flag, is an early version of the United States flag that meets the congressional requirements of the Flag Resolution of 1777. Like the Betsy Ross flag, the white stars are arranged in a circle on a blue field; but the circle consists of just 12 stars, with the 13th star in the center. Flag-Works carries varies of Historical Flags. Orders yours today or come into the retail store. Made in the USA.
These top quality Massachusetts Flags are made from heavy-duty, commercial grade outdoor 100% Nylon fabric for maximum durability. All flags are finished with strong heading and solid brass grommets for displaying. Made in the U.S.A. Order yours today or come into out retail store.
As the War of 1812 waged on, the citizens of Baltimore began to prepare for a possible British attack. It seemed inevitable; the British considered Baltimore a “nest of pirates” due to the privateer clippers that were built in the city’s shipyards.
During the summer of 1813, Fort McHenry’s commanding officer Major George Armistead wanted a flag that was “so large that the British will have no difficulty in seeing it from a distance.”
There were 15 stars and stripes on the two flags (to represent the 13 original colonies and Vermont and Kentucky, the next two states to enter the union). The flags were delivered to Fort McHenry on August 19, 1813.
The Star-Spangled Banner assumed a meaning beyond local celebration. This flag represents the broad ideals and values of the nation. Today, the American flag continues to evoke a special, patriotic feeling. In times of war, when returning from overseas, during space exploration, and at sporting events or other public gatherings, the American flag continues to represent freedom, democracy, and the intangible nature of “what it means to be an American.”
By the dawn’s early light on September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key peered through a spyglass and spotted an American flag still waving over Baltimore’s Fort McHenry after a fierce night of British bombardment. In a patriotic fervor, the man called “Frank” Key by family and friends penned the words to “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
When Key scrawled his lyrics on the back of a letter he pulled from his pocket on the morning of September 14, he did not give them any title. Within a week, Key’s verses were printed on broadsides and in Baltimore newspapers under the title “Defense of Fort M’Henry.” In November, a Baltimore music store printed the patriotic song with sheet music for the first time under the more lyrical title “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
We are excited that this Open Confetti Flag now is readable on both side. This open flag has vibrant colors to attract your customers. It is available on line and in the retail store. The flag measures 28″ x 40″, permanently dyed, weather resistant, fade and mildew resistant, and produced in the USA. We also have a great stock in other advertisement flag that go up to a 3′ x 5′.
History books, the media, the school systems, etc abound in falsehoods and inaccuracies OF Confederate and Southern history. This fact sheet will help to clarify and dispel some of these rampant inaccuracies.
MYTH- The War of 1861-1865 was fought over slavery.
FACT- Terribly untrue, The North fought the war over money. Plain and simple. When the South started Secession, Lincoln was asked, “Why not let the South go in peace?” To which he replied, “I can’t let them go. Who would pay for the government?” Sensing total financial ruin for the North, Lincoln waged war on the South. The South fought the War to repel Northern aggression and invasion.
MYTH- Only Southerns owned slaves.
FACT- Entirely untrue, Many Northern civilians owned slave, Prior to, during and even after the War of Northern Aggression.
Surprisingly, to many history impaired individuals, most Union Generals and staff had slaves to serve them! William T. Sherman had many slaves that served him until well after the war was over and did not free them until late 1865.
U.S. Grant also had several slaves, who were only freed after the 13th amendment in December of 1865. When asked why he didn’t free his slaves earlier, Grant stated “Good help is so hard to come by these days.”
Contrarily, Confederate General Robert E. Lee freed his slaves ( which he never purchased- they were inherited) in 1862!!! Lee freed his slaves several years before the war was over, and considerably earlier than his Northern counterparts. And during the fierce early days of the war when the South was obliterating the Yankee armies!
Lastly, and most importantly, why did NORTHERN States outlaw slavery only AFTER the war was over? The so-called “Emancipation Proclamation” of Lincoln only gave freedom to slaves in the SOUTH NOT in the North! This pecksniffery even went so far to find the state of Delaware rejecting the 13th Amendment in December of 1865 and did not ratify it (13th Amendment/ free the slaves) until 1901!
MYTH- The Confederate Battle Flag was flown on slave ships.
FACT- NONE of the flags of the Confederacy or Southern Nation ever flew over a slave ship. Nor did the South own or operate any slave’s ships. The English, the Dutch and the Portuguese brought slaves to this country, not the Southern Nation.
BUT, even more monumental, it is also very important to know and understand that Federal, Yankee, Union ships brought slaves to America! These ships were from the New England states, and their hypocrisy is atrocious.
These Federals were ones that ended up crying the loudest about slavery. But without their ships, many of the slaves would have never arrived here. They made countless fortunes on the delivery of slaves as well as the product made from raw materials such as cotton and tobacco in the South.
This is the problem with the Yankee history History overwhelming portrayed incorrectly by most of the Federal & Yankee books and media.
MYTH- The Confederate Battle Flag represented the Southern Nation.
FACT- Not true. While the Southern Battle Flag was carried into battle, the Southern Nation had 3 different National flags during the course of the war.
The First National Flag was changed due to a resemblance of the US flag.
The Second National Flag was subsequently modified due to the similarity to a flag of truce.
The Third National Flag was the adopted flag of the Confederacy.
The Confederate Battle Flag was never a National Flag of the Confederacy. It was carried into battle be several armies such as the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of Tennessee. Was also used as a Naval Jack by the Confederate Navy.
MYTH- The Confederate Battle Flag is known as the “Stars & Bars”.
FACT- A common misconception. The First National Confederate Flag is correctly known as the “Stars & Bars”. The Confederate Battle Flag is known as the “Southern Cross”.
MYTH- The Confederate Battle Flag represents racism today.
FACT- The Confederate Battle Flag finds itself in the center of much controversy and hoopla going on in several states. The cry to take this flag down is unjustified. It is very important to keep in mind that the Confederate Battle Flag was simply just that. A battle flag. It was never even a National Flag, so how could it have flown over a slave nation or represented slavery or racism? This myth is continued by lack of education and ignorance. Those that vilify the confederate Battle Flag are very confused about history and have jumped upon a bandwagon with loose wheels.
MYTH- The United States Flag represented freedom.
FACT- No chance. The US flag flew over a slave nation for over 85 years! The North tolerated slavery and acknowledged it as a Division of Labor. The North made a vast fortune on slavery and it’s commodities. It wasn’t until the South decided to leave the Union that the North objected. The North knew it could not survive without the Southern money. That is the true definition of hypocrisy.
MYTH- Abraham Lincoln was the Great Emancipator.
FACT- While Lincoln has gone down in history as the Great Emancipator; many would not care to hear his real thoughts on people of color. Martyred President Abraham Lincoln was fervently making plans to send all freed slaves to the jungles of Central America once to Africa. Lincoln also did not want the slaves in the US. He thought the jungles of Central America would be the best solution and conductive to the freed slaves best interest. The only thing that kept this from happening was his assassination.
MYTH- The South revered slavery.
FACT- A very interesting fact on slavery is that at the time the War of 1861-1865 officially commenced, the Southern States were actually in the process of freeing all slaves in the South. Russia had freed it’s servants in 1859, and the south took great note of this. Had military intervention not been forced upon the South, a very different America would have been realized then as well as now.
MYTH- The Confederate Army was comprised of rich slave owners.
FACT- Very far from true. The vast majority of soldiers in the Confederate Army were simple men of meager income. Most of which were hard working farmers and common men. Then, as now, very few rich men ever fight a war.
MYTH- Only the North had men of color in their ranks.
FACT- Quite simply a major falsehood of history. Many blacks, both free and of their own will, joined the Confederate Army to fight for their beloved Southern home. Additionally, men of other ethnic extraction fought as well. Oriental, Mexican & Spanish men as well as Native American Indians fought with pride for the South.
Today, many men of color are members in the heritage group SCV- Sons OF Confederate Veterans. These men of color and pride rejoice in their heritage. The continued attacks on the Southern Nation, The Confederacy, and her symbols are a terrible outrage to these fine people. These attacks should be denounced with as much fervor as those who denounce the South.
MYTH- The Confederate Flags are an authorized symbol of Aryan, KKK and hate groups.
FACT- Quite the contrary. These despicable organizations such as the KKK and Aryans have taken a hallowed piece of history, and have plagued good Southern folks and the memories of fine Confederate Soldiers that fought under the flag with their perverse agenda. IN NO WAY does the Confederate Flag represent hate or violence. Heritage groups such as the SCV battle daily the damage done to a proud nation by these hate groups. The SCV denounces all hate groups, and pride fully boasts HERITAGE. NOT HATE.
MYTH- The SCV- Sons OF Confederate Veterans are a racist, hate group.
FACT- This is a blatant attack on one of the finest heritage group ever. The SCV- Sons OF Confederate Veterans are a historical, patriotic and non-political organization comprised of descendants of Confederate Soldiers and sailors dedicated to insuring that a true history educate the public of the memory and reputation of the Confederate soldiers as well as the motives for his suffering and sacrifice.
The SCV- Sons Of Confederate Veterans are in NO WAY affiliated with, nor does it recognize or condone the terrible legacy of hate groups such as the KKK.
Looking for the Patriotic ideas for the 4th of July to deck out your house or yard! Flag-Works has what your need. We carry RWB Buntings, Heritage Buntings, Pennants and good Old Glory. The RWB Bunting Flags size range from 18″ x 36″ up to 5′ x 10′ with stars or no stars polyester or nylon fabric. Heritage Buntings sizes come in 1.5 ‘ x 3′ and 3′ x 6’. American Flag sizes range from 2′ x 3′ up to 50′ x 80′. Pennants range 30′ up to 100′ RWB or Multi Color. Order on-line or visit our retail store.