Fort Independence, in Boston during 1781-Jonathan Fowle Flag
Betsy Ross - Stars and Stripes
Rhode Island Regiment
Serapis-John Paul Jones Franklin Stars and Stripes
Grand Union or "Continental Colors"
Bunker Hill (2)
Gadsden (Don't Tread On Me) Commander in chief
1st Navy Jack (Don't Tread On Me)
Liberty and Union
Philadelphia Light Horse
Cross of St. George
British Red Ensign
James I (1606)
The Color Guard of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York owns over 200 Revolutionary War era flags. Some of these flags are originals, and some are reproductions. The flags represent all the original colonies, and many colonial military units.Many of these flags are on permanent display in the Kathryn & Shelby Cullom Davis Education Center for American History in the Fraunces Tavern Museum. Other flags are displayed at various ceremonial activities the Color Guard participates in.
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