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    Early American Flags with Snake Motif - The Culpepper Flag -The rattlesnake was the favorite animal emblem of the Americans even before the Revolution. In 1751 Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette carried a bitter article protesting the British practice of sending convicts to America. The author suggested that the colonists return the favor by shipping "a cargo of rattlesnakes...

    Animated US State Flags - Free gifs and animations.

    Flag of the United States of America - History and facts about the flag, a selection of patriotic writings, and opinions on the proposed constitutional amendment.

    Star-Spangled Banner Flag House - The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House Association, Inc. was formed in 1927 to operate a museum dedicated to the story of Mary Young Pickersgill who made the enormous 30 x 42-foot Star-Spangled Banner that flew over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812 and inspired Francis Scott Key to write the poem that became our National Anthem.

    US Flag - A complete resource for learning about the US Flag.

    Flags of North America Quiz - This flag trivia was developed for your enjoyment . . . take a break and relax, have fun, and play it over and over again!

    History of the United States Flag - The historic progression of the American Flag. Contains many images.

    Flags at Fort McHenry - The history of the flag that flew over Fort McHenry.

    Theodora. - USA flag graphics. Includes several images of flag burning from around the world.

    The Flag at Fort McHenry - By proclamation of President Harry S. Truman, July 2, 1948, Fort McHenry was proclaimed to be one of only two sites in the world over which the flag of the United States of America may be displayed at all times, day and night. The other site is the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

    American Flag's Role in the National Anthem - Guarding the entrance to Baltimore harbor via the Patapsco River during the War of 1812, Fort McHenry faced almost certain attack by British forces. Major George Armistead, the stronghold's commander, was ready to defend the fort, but he wanted a flag that would identify his position, and one whose size would be visible to the enemy from a distance.

    Historic Flags - Contains graphics and history of flags from the Revolutionary War, the Republic of Texas, the confederacy, the Union and state flags.

    Charting US History Through Flags - Pictures of current and past national and state flags. Includes flags of the Revolution, the Confederacy and possessions and territories.

    Dick Grogan's Unofficial American Flag Page - Site dedicated to the American Flag, Star Spangled Banner and other related patriotic material.

    Flag Facts - Follow the timeline from the first American Flag to present day. Also includes a flag picture gallery.

    How to Display the Flag - Details all regulations regarding the correct display positions of the American flag.

    Army regulation A.R. 840-10 - Army regulations pertaining to the display of the American flag.

    The Star-Spangled Banner - Learn about the flag that inspired America's national anthem in this Smithsonian virtual exhibition.

    Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States - flags used by US Indian tribes

    Patriotic Flags - Online flag store for Confederate Historical Colonial German Flags Militaria and Novelties

    The State Symbols, Flags, Seals, Emblems and People of the United States of America. - Includes images and descriptions of the state flags.

    Hornswoggled? - Claims that the "civil" flag of the U.S. is different than the one commonly displayed, which is "military". Flags - Complete presentation of the 50 U.S. state flags. Includes illustrations and symbolic descriptions.

    Amy's American Flag Site - A site on flag ceremonies, poetry, history, songs, graphics, and proper flag etiquette, made for a Girl Scout Silver Award Project.

    US States Flags - Animated flag images, free for personal use.

    The United States of America - Provides information on state flags, flowers, birds, capital cities, populations, and land area in square miles. Also includes links to official web pages.

    American State Flags, Facts, Songs and Symbols - American State Flags, Symbols and Facts includes all 50 States. Historical flags of the United States and description of the Stars and Stripes. Free States Flag Screen Saver. Images and Multimedia software is available to download or on CD-ROM.

    What is the History of the Star Spangled? - Tells the story behind the flag that inspired the song.

    Netstate: State Flags - Includes pictures, description, and history of each flag.

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