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Our 4" x 6" Acadina stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

Acadiana, or The Heart of Acadiana, (Cajun French: L'Acadiane) is the official name given to the French Louisiana region that is home to a large Francophone population.In 1965, Thomas J. Arceneaux designed a flag for Acadiana.Arceneaux was a professor at University of Southwestern Louisiana, now University of Louisiana at Lafayette and had derived the flag from the university seal. In 1974, the Louisiana legislature officially adopted Arceneaux's design as the official Acadiana flag. The three white fleurs-de-lis on the blue field represent the French heritage of Acadiana, the gold star on the white field symbolizes Saint Mary, Our Lady of the Assumption, patron saint of Acadiana (the star also symbolizes the active participation of the Cajuns in the American Revolution, as soldiers under General Bernardo de Gálvez, Spanish governor of Louisiana). The gold tower on the red field represents Spain, which governed Louisiana when the Acadians arrived.

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Our 4" x 6" Alamo stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

The Mexican constitution of 1824 gave the people of Texas rights similar to those enjoyed at the time by the citizens of the United States, but every new Mexican government attempted to increase control over Texas. To call attention to this, Texans removed the coat of arms from the center of a Mexican flag, and replaced it with the date of the constitution. It was this banner that flew from the walls of the Alamo.

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Our 4" x 6" Bedford stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

The Bedford Flag is the oldest complete flag known to exist in the United States. It is celebrated as the flag carried by the Bedford Minuteman, Nathaniel Page, to the Concord Bridge on April 19, 1775, the beginning of the American Revolution, but it was already an antique on that day. It was made for a cavalry troop of the Massachusetts Bay militia early in the colonial struggle for the continent that we call the French and Indian Wars. 

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Our 4" x 6" Bennington stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

The Bennington Flag is a version of the American Flag associated with the American Revolution Battle of Bennington, from which it derives its name. Like many Revolution era flags, the Bennington features 13 stars and 13 stripes, symbolic of the 13 American colonies that were in a state of rebellion against Great Britain. The Bennington version is easily identified by a large '76' in the canton, recalling the year 1776, when the Declaration of Independence was signed. Another distinctive feature of the Bennington flag is the arrangement of the 13 stripes, with white being outermost (rather than red being outermost as in the current flag). Also, its stars have seven points each (instead of the current five).

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Our 4" x 6" Betsy Ross stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

The Betsy Ross flag is an early design of the flag of the United States popularly attributed to Betsy Ross using the common motifs of alternating red-and-white striped field with white stars in a blue canton. The flag was designed during the American Revolution and features 13 stars to represent the original 13 colonies. The distinctive feature of the Ross flag is the arrangement of the five-pointed stars in a circle. 

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Our 4" x 6" Bonnie Blue stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

The Bonnie Blue Flag, a single white star on a blue field, was the flag of the short-lived Republic of West Florida.[1] Decades later, during the Civil War, it became an unofficial banner of the Confederacy, inspiring the song "The Bonnie Blue Flag," which was often sung by Southern troops. 

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The best known of the British Maritime flags, or Ensigns, which were formed by placing the Union flag in the canton of another flag having a field of white, blue or red. This flag is also known as the Meteor flag, and was widely used on ships during the Colonial period. This was the first National flag of the United States.

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Although the British flag underwent a number of changes in the 17th century, the St. George's Cross continued as the official national flag. For seagoing ships, however, the official banner was the Union flag (better known as the Union Jack, and as the King's Colors), which combined England St. George's Cross with Scotland's St. Andrew's Cross (a white saltire on blue). In 1707, the Union flag became Britain's national land flag. Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a gilded spear point.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

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Our 4" x 6" Bunker Hill  stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

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The flag is based on the red naval ensign of the Royal Navy, which featured the cross of St. George in the canton. The ensign was used at both the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies. Puritans in New England, led by Roger Williams, objected to the use of a Christian cross on their flag, and for a time flew a red flag with a plain white canton. The new flag first appeared in 1634 in Salem, but some considered it to be an act of rebellion against England.

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Our 4" x 6" Castile and Leon stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

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Castile and Leon were first combined under King Ferdinand III in 1230 forming the Crown of Castile. Queen Isabel I was the monarch of the Crown of Castile when she married King Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469. Isabel and Ferdinand were the patrons’ of Columbus’ voyage to the Americas and it was the flag of the Crown of Castile that was flown over the Spanish colonies in the Americas. Castile and Leon remained intact as the Crown of Castile until the 18th century when they were separated only to be recombined as the current autonomous community of Spain known as Castilla y Leon. Though the flag has many variations it has not been redesigned and remains, in essence, the same flag first adopted in 1230.

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Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a gilded spear point.

Bases are available for these stick flags under our ACCESSORIES section.

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Made from  polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a black plastic spear point.

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Our 4" x 6" Democratic Republic of Congo stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

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Our 4" x 6" Continental stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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Colonel John Trumbull's painting, "The Death of Warren," shows the red Continental Flag to be the one used by American forces at the Battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. 

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Our 4" x 6" Cowpens stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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This flag represented the first starred and striped flag that fulfilled the 1777 Flag Resolution. Twelve white stars were arranged in a circle and one star was centered in a blue field. It had seven red and six white stripes. It is known as ''Cowpens'' because the 3rd Maryland Regiment carried this flag when they fought at Cowpens, South Carolina, in January 1781. 

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Our 4" x 6" Culpeper stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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During the Virginia convention held in May 1775, the colony was divided into sixteen districts. Each district had instructions to raise a battalion of men "to march at a minute's notice." Culpeper, Orange and Fauquier, forming one district, raised 350 men in "Clayton's old field" on the Catalpa estate, who came to be called the Culpeper Minute Men. The Minute Men, marching under their flag depicting a rattlesnake and inscribed with the words "Liberty or Death" and "Don't Tread on Me", took part in the Battle of Great Bridge, the first Revolutionary battle on Virginia soil.

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The First Navy Jack is the current U.S. jack authorized by the United States Navy. The design is traditionally regarded as that of first U.S. naval jack flown in the earliest years of the republic, though little if any historical documentation supports this lore. Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point.

Bases are available for these stick flags under our ACCESSORIES section.

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Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a gilded spear point. Available with three fleur-de-lis on a blue or white background, or with 23 fleur-de-lis.

Bases are available for these stick flags under our ACCESSORIES section.

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Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a gilded spear point.Available with three fleur-de-lis on a blue or white background, or with 23 fleur-de-lis.

Bases are available for these stick flags under our ACCESSORIES section.

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Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a gilded spear point.Available with three fleur-de-lis on a blue or white background, or with 23 fleur-de-lis.

Bases are available for these stick flags under our ACCESSORIES section.

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Our 4" x 6" Fort Moultrie stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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On Sept. 13, 1775, Colonel Moultrie received an order to take Fort Johnson, South Carolina. He had this flag made, for the troops wore a silver crescent on the caps inscribed 'Liberty or Death.' 'This was the first American flag displayed in the South,' he said. On June 28, 1776, the crescent flag, with LIBERTY across it, was raised at his defense of Sullivan's Island, later Fort Moultrie.

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Made from a poly/cotton blend fabric, this 12"x18" Gadsden flag is hemmed around the edges and attached to a 30" wooden staff with a gilded spear point. A great size for parades and other tea party events.

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Made from a high quality fabric blend of rayon, nylon and polyester our Gadsden stick flags make great decorations. For use on tabletops, desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements; these versatile stick flags come mounted on a black plastic 10" staff with a gilded spear point.

Bases are available for these stick flags under our ACCESSORIES section.

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Our 8" x 12" Georgia state stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black wooden 20 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

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Our 4" x 6" Grand Union stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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The Grand Union Flag (also the Continental Colors, the Congress Flag, the Cambridge Flag, and the First Navy Ensign) is considered to be the first national flag of the United States. This flag consisted of 13 red and white stripes with the British Union Flag of the time in the canton. The flag was first flown on December 2, 1775 by John Paul Jones on the ship Alfred in Philadelphia.

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Our 4" x 6" Green Mountain Boys stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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The flag of the Green Mountain Boys began as a regimental flag used by the Green Mountain Boys. The Green Mountain Boys were a militia organization first established in the 1760s in the territory between the British provinces of New York and New Hampshire, known as the New Hampshire Grants. Today the flag is used as the regimental flag of Vermont's national guard unit.

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Our 4" x 6" Guilford Courthouse stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

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The Guilford Courthouse flag is the name given to a North Carolina militia banner which was reported to have flown at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. It was raised over the Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina on March 15, 1781 under the leadership of General Greene whose militiamen halted the British advance through the Carolinas and turned them back to the seaport towns. 

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Our 4" x 6" Libya stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

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Our 4" x 6" Malawi stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

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Our 4" x 6" Pine Tree stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements. 

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

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