Ever wonder why the American flag is folded into a triangle? Consisting of 13 stripes and 50 stars, the American flag is a symbol of freedom, unity, and patriotism. You can find it displayed in front of countless homes, businesses and government buildings throughout the United States. When prepared for storage, however, the American flag[…].
Unbeknownst to many Americans, New England has a flag; it’s just not an official flag. All 50 states in the United States have their own official flag. New England, however, isn’t a state. It’s a territory in the Northeastern United States consisting of the six following states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and[…].
Have you seen the flag of Illinois? It features the state’s seal against a white background. Below the seal is the word “Illinois.” While the design is simple, the Illinois flag is a popular throughout the Prarie State. It embodies Illinois through its history and symbolism. Here are five facts about the Illinois flag. #1)[…].
When shopping for a flagpole, you might be wondering whether to choose a telescopic flagpole. Most flagpoles fall under one of two categories: fixed or telescopic. Also known as telescoping flagpoles, telescopic flagpoles consist of multiple sections that can be collapsed or extended. You can use a telescopic flagpole to display any standard flag, such[…].
Have you ever been so excited about something in your life that you just wanted to shout it from the rooftops? How would you feel if that something was a massive American flag, proudly flying and loudly showcasing your patriotism? On June 14, 1993, the world’s largest American flag to date was unveiled for everyone[…].
Did you know that the city of Los Angeles has its own official flag? It’s not the same as the California flag. While the California flag depicts a grizzly bear along with the phrase “California Republic,” the Los Angeles flag features the city’s municipal seal and three horizontal bars. What is the Los Angeles flag[…].
Yes, you are free to display the American flag vertically according to the U.S. Flag Code. The American flag is typically displayed horizontally atop a flagpole. Whether it’s in front of a home or on a wall inside a home, business or elsewhere, most people choose to display the American flag by securing it to[…].
Do you know the different parts of a flag? Whether it’s the American flag or a state flag, most flags feature a few common parts. But not everyone is familiar with these parts. For a better understanding of the parts of a flag, keep reading. Fly End The fly end refers to the outermost end[…].
Flags are a powerful way to express patriotism, loyalty, and national pride. They come in all shapes and sizes, with each size having its own unique use. From small flags used for individual display to large flags that grab people’s attention, the flag is a symbol of unity and a nation’s values. Understanding how different[…].
The United States of America has an incredibly rich history spanning centuries and countless landmark events. But just how old is the U.S.A. exactly? This question has intrigued historians, economists, and citizens alike for generations. The answer may surprise you – the United States is over two hundred and forty-six years old, with a story[…].