Category Archives: Flag History

Why do Americans love their flag

We might see the US flag everywhere in our daily life. However, why do Americans love their flag? It seems to be a simple question, but there is no one can conclude in a short time. And here listed several days that Americans should display the flag, especially on: New Year’s Day Inauguration Day Martin […]

A Brief History of America

When talking about the brief history of America, those painstaking days of old glory, it seems quite reasonable to quote an emotional saying: Ev’ry heart beats true,‘neath the Red, White, and Blue. —George M. Cohan Act of January 13th, 1794, provided for 15stripes and 15 stars after May 1795. Act of April 4th, 1818, provided for 13 […]

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Thin Lines Flag, What do you know about?

We have a bunch of different thin lines flag. Red is firefighters, gold is emergency dispatchers. For example, it’s called the “Thin Blue Line”. It’s supposed to represent Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) and flying a TBL American flag is showing support for the LEOs of the United States. Thin Blue Line is also in the […]

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What is Flag Day? Let us learn about it

Being an American, there are some dates that we shouldn’t forget, like Independence Day, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and the one we mention today, the Flag Day. History of the flag 1775, the year that the American Revolution broke out. The colonists weren’t fighting united under one flag only. Instead, most soldiers participating in the […]

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5 principle to design a flag

WHAT IS A FLAG? — A flag’s purpose is to represent a place, organization, or person, generally on a rectangular piece of cloth, to be seen at a distance, often moving, and reproduced in quantity and in many sizes. Use 5 basic principles to create an outstanding custom flag for your organization, city, tribe, company, family, neighborhood, […]

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11 Interesting Facts About American Flag

1. The first flag was commissioned with a payment of “three strings of wampum” By 1777, the U.S. was still waffling on the exact look of its flag. This was a cause for concern for Thomas Green, an American Indian who wanted the protection of an official flag while traveling through treacherous territory to Philadelphia. […]

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How much do you know about American Flag Etiquette?

As a country needs legislation, everything needs its regimen, so do the American flag, which has its etiquette. In the following article, you will see 12 lists of rules and guidelines for displaying the American flag and treating it with proper respect. Display the flag only between sunrise and sunset on buildings and stationary staff. The flag […]