WASHINGTON'S CRUISERS 3x5' S-POLY FLAG
"AN APPEAL TO HEAVEN"
- MADE OF LIGHT WEIGHT POLYESTER MATERIAL
- BRIGHT VIBRANT COLORS THROUGHOUT
- PRINTED ON ONE SIDE ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE FABRIC
- DOUBLE STITCHING FOR DURABILITY
- WHITE HEADER AND METAL GROMMETS
- NICE FLAG FOR INDOOR OR OUTDOORS
This flag was used by George Washington on his squadron of six schooners which he outfitted at his own expense in the fall of 1775. This flag was a variation of the New England Pine Tree flag. The Sons of Liberty would rally under a large tree, in Boston Massachusetts, which came to be known as "The Liberty Tree". This tree became a symbol of American independence. Knowing they were up against a great military power, they believed they were sustained by still a greater power, thus their "APPEAL TO HEAVEN".