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American Flag 3 feet by 5 feet with metal grommet eyelets by TCI. $0.49. Made from 100% of the finest polyester that money can buy.. 2 extra strong, reinforced, metal grommet eyelets.. Double stitched around the edges to hold up under windy conditions.. Patriotic in every way.. Colorfast Guarantee.  Best Price Guarantee.. This heavyweight polyester flag is made to last. It's dark vivid colors will take lots of ultra-violet radiation before the colors start to fade. It's edges ...

American Flag 3 feet by 5 feet with metal grommet eyelets by TCI. $0.49. Made from 100% of the finest polyester that money can buy.. 2 extra strong, reinforced, metal grommet eyelets.. Double stitched around the edges to hold up under windy conditions.. Patriotic in every way.. Colorfast Guarantee. Best Price Guarantee.. This heavyweight polyester flag is made to last. It's dark vivid colors will take lots of ultra-violet radiation before the colors start to fade. It's edges ...

“hooray for making flag pillows and everything red white & blue this past month. ❤️⭐️  I hope you all have a safe & fabulous 4th of July weekend.…”

“hooray for making flag pillows and everything red white & blue this past month. ❤️⭐️ I hope you all have a safe & fabulous 4th of July weekend.…”

Some members of the Sons of Liberty:  John Adams - lawyer, Massachusetts  Samuel Adams – political writer, tax collector/fire warden, Boston  Benedict Arnold – businessman, later General in the Continental Army and then the British Army, Norwich  John Hancock – merchant/smuggler/fire warden, Boston  Patrick Henry – lawyer/fire warden Virginia  Paul Revere – silversmith/fire warden, Boston

Some members of the Sons of Liberty: John Adams - lawyer, Massachusetts Samuel Adams – political writer, tax collector/fire warden, Boston Benedict Arnold – businessman, later General in the Continental Army and then the British Army, Norwich John Hancock – merchant/smuggler/fire warden, Boston Patrick Henry – lawyer/fire warden Virginia Paul Revere – silversmith/fire warden, Boston

Seven-star Confederate 1st National flag used at Murfreesboro (Tenn.) when Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest raided the town, July 13, 1862. The flag belonged to Capt. Charles Anderson, Forrest's aide-de-camp.

Seven-star Confederate 1st National flag used at Murfreesboro (Tenn.) when Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest raided the town, July 13, 1862. The flag belonged to Capt. Charles Anderson, Forrest's aide-de-camp.

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