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18" x 12"
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An Appeal To Heaven W&J Flag

An Appeal To Heaven W&J Flag

18" x 12"

Price
$27.99
18" x 12"

Product Details

Add a touch of historical elegance to your home with the "An Appeal To Heaven" Flag. Crafted from 100% polyester organza, this flag combines durable, extra light fabric with a luxurious satin finish, ensuring both visibility and longevity. Available in three versatile sizes (18" x 12", 36" x 24", 60" x 36"), each flag features a one-sided print that captures the essence of this iconic emblem with vivid clarity and color. Edges are finely stitched with a double plain stitch and include a convenient side tunnel for easy hanging. Please note, the flag does not come with a pole or fastening system. Whether displayed indoors or out, this flag is a perfect way to celebrate your values and decorate your space with a piece of living history.

The An Appeal to Heaven Flag, also known as the Pine Tree Flag, holds significant historical importance in American history, particularly during the American Revolution.

 

Origin and Design:

The flag features a green pine tree with the phrase "An Appeal to Heaven" inscribed above it. The design is rooted in the pine tree symbolism which was prevalent among the American colonists. The pine tree, particularly the Eastern White Pine, was a symbol of liberty and independence, as it was highly valued for shipbuilding, which was crucial to the colonies' economy.

Historical Context:

The phrase "An Appeal to Heaven" comes from John Locke's Second Treatise of Government, where Locke argues that when all other forms of justice have been exhausted, an appeal to heaven (God) is a legitimate recourse. This sentiment resonated with the American colonists who felt their rights were being oppressed by British rule and saw their struggle for independence as a just cause that even divine intervention would support.

Use During the American Revolution:

The flag was first commissioned by George Washington in 1775. It was used by the early American navy, specifically on the ships of the Massachusetts State Navy, and was also adopted by a number of state militias. It served as a unifying symbol for those who believed in the colonies' right to seek independence from British tyranny.

Legacy:

The An Appeal to Heaven Flag continues to be a symbol of American patriotism and the fundamental belief in the right to seek justice and liberty. It has seen a resurgence in popularity among various groups who advocate for constitutional principles and the preservation of individual freedoms.

 

  18" x 12" 36" x 24" 60" x 36"
Width, in 17.99 35.98 60.00
Height, in 12.01 24.02 35.98
Side tunnel width, in 2.68 2.68 2.68

 

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