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Our flag and its use

Elizabeth Robbins Berry

Our flag and its use

genesis--history--etiquette.

by Elizabeth Robbins Berry

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Published in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Flags -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWritten for the National Association of Patriotic Instructors, by Elizabeth Robbins Berry, secretary.
      ContributionsNational Association of Patriotic Instructors.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCR113 .B4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p.
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6569976M
      LC Control Number14017169
      OCLC/WorldCa4926551

      The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now deserves the love and thanks of men and women. Jones-McKay which all Christian nations and various denominations may rally in allegiance and devotion. Then, going division by division, he presents the designs and historical background for each regiment's, fleet's, or unit's personal insignia. The Indians in their warfare preferred to hide behind trees rather than to flourish banners, and the white men soon learned to follow their example. Cannon begins by tracing the evolution of the standard "Stars and Stripes" and its growth over the first eight decades of independence. It officially became our national anthem in

      This, however, would not argue to the incorrectness of the account, for Congress had a fashion of writing with the utmost brevity the results of its deliberations, and not putting in a word about the discussions that must have taken place before the passing of a resolution. The colonists did not trouble themselves about being artistic or choosing colors of any special significance; if the ground of the flag was of one color and the cross or whatever other figure was chosen was of another, they were satisfied. An additional flag may be placed on the right side, but is not necessary. A few years later matters in England had changed.

      In inclement weather, the flag should not be flown. These read, "Liberty and Property. In a semicircle, the position of honor is the center. He had also noted that the rattles were independent of one another, and yet most firmly united; and that while one rattle alone is incapable of producing any sound, the ringing of the thirteen together is sufficient to alarm the [Pg 26] boldest man living. In New York, when the rumor spread that a ship laden with stamps was approaching, all the vessels in the harbor put their colors at half-mast. Explain why laws are established in your country.


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Not all colonists were as afraid of a cross as were the good folk of Salem. It is small wonder [Pg 23] that timid folk were alarmed and whispered to one another, "That is going too far; it Our flag and its use book like a declaration of war.

Within recent years a flag has been designed which shall stand as an emblem; Jesse L. Three flags floated over the little procession, but their mottoes were not so impressively loyal as the earlier ones. The banner is only forty inches long, but its richness makes up for [Pg 28] its lack of size.

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