Dyed nylon Hawaiian flag featuring a 3 in. flannel-lined pole hem, Velcro tabs and golden yellow fringe. Brilliant luster and fast colors make it ideal for indoor display or as a parade flag.
The canton of the flag of Hawaii is formed by the British Union flag, thus recalling the discovery of the islands by Captain James Cook in 1778. In 1898 they were formally annexed by the United States. The white red and blue stripes in the fly represent the eight islands in the group.
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