Don't Tread on Me Gadsden Flag

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The Gadsden Flag is named after the American soldier and statesman Christopher Gadsden, a patriot of South Carolina, who designed it in 1775. Considered one of the first flags of the United States, it was later replaced by the current Stars and Stripes. Since the Revolution.

The Gadsden Flag is named after the American soldier and statesman Christopher Gadsden, a patriot of South Carolina, who designed it in 1775. Considered one of the first flags of the United States, it was later replaced by the current Stars and Stripes. Since the Revolution, the flag has seen resurgences as a symbol of American patriotism, disagreement with government, or support for civil liberties. The words “Don’t Tread on Me” arose as a warning that it would be as dangerous to tread on America as it would be to tread on the rattlesnake, a symbol of the colonies. The flag measures 3’ X 5’ and is made of 100% Nylon. Made in the USA.

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