Officially known as the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, this US state was said to be the only colony of the original thirteen that did not border the Atlantic Ocean. Uncommon to other bodies of water found in Pennsylvania, the Monongahela River is unique in a way that the water flows in a northerly direction opposite to other rivers. The now famous Liberty Bell, as showcased in the 2004 movie entitled “National Treasure,” can also be found in the state of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania bordered by Delaware to the southeast, Maryland to the south, West Virginia to the southwest, Ohio to the west.
The Pennsylvania General Assembly Act on June 13, 1907, authorized the official flag of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania State Flag consists of a blue field and in the middle there are two harnessed draft horses surrounding a shield picturing a ship, a plow, and 3 sheaves of wheat. On top of the shield is a bald eagle while below it is a draped red ribbon that reads “VIRTUE, LIBERTY, AND INDEPENDENCE.” More Pennsylvania Flag questions are answered here.
Honoring those who fought for our liberty and independence is a noble thing to do. What better way can we show our fellow countrymen than flying a well built and professionally crafted weatherproof Pennsylvania flag? This in turn gives us the opportunity to showcase our appreciation about the things veterans have done for our Country.