The Gadsden Flag, named after Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina, was flown early in 1776 by Commodore Esek Hopkins of Rhode Island, first Commander-in-chief of the Continental Fleet. The inscription Don't Tread On Me represented a warning by the colonists to the British. The Gadsden flag is considered one of the United States first flags. The flag is still extremely popular and symbolizes freedom.
The Gadsden flag is offered in nylon, cotton or economy polyester. Each flag is finished with a white canvas heading and brass grommets. Please Note: We recommend bringing cotton flags indoors before inclement weather hits to avoid color bleeding. The cotton flag uses larger grommets so we recommend the use of our Never Furls for hanging with your 1 in. diameter flagpole.
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