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Flag of Goliad (Bloody Arm Flag), 3' x 5' Nylon
Item Code: Goliad3x5

Also known as the Bloody Arm Flag, this flag was flown over the Goliad Declaration of Independence in 1835. Measures 3' x 5' in our Nylon material.
$49.90

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Flag of the New Orleans Greys, Printed Nylon 3' x 5'
Item Code: NewOrleansGrey3X5

The only flag known with certainty to have been flown at the Alamo. Captured by Mexican leader Santa Anna it was sent back to Mexico City where it remains today. The New Orleans Greys were organized in 1835 and consisted of some 100 men from 12 states and 6 countries. One account claims that a young lady presented this flag to the unit as it crossed the Sabine River into Texas. The Greys later split up into two groups. One joined Col. Fannin's ill-fated men who would be slaughtered after surrendering at Goliad. One remained with this flag, joining the small band holding The Alamo. The 182 Alamo defenders held out for 11 days before perishing in the onslaught of 5,000 Mexican troops on March 6,1836. Their stand for the cause of our great Lone Star State's independence is world famous. This flag is printed on a silk-like Nylon material in a 3' x 5' size with heading and grommets.
$59.90

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Flag of the New Orleans Greys, Printed Nylon 2' x 3'
Item Code: NEWORLEANSGREY2X3

The only flag known with certainty to have been flown at the Alamo. Captured by Mexican leader Santa Anna it was sent back to Mexico City where it remains today. The New Orleans Greys were organized in 1835 and consisted of some 100 men from 12 states and 6 countries. One account claims that a young lady presented this flag to the unit as it crossed the Sabine River into Texas. The Greys later split up into two groups. One joined Col. Fannin's ill-fated men who would be slaughtered after surrendering at Goliad. One remained with this flag, joining the small band holding The Alamo. The 182 Alamo defenders held out for 11 days before perishing in the onslaught of 5,000 Mexican troops on March 6,1836. Their stand for the cause of our great Lone Star State's independence is world famous. This flag is printed on a silk-like Nylon material in a 2' x 3' size with heading and grommets.
$39.90

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Magee-Gutierrez Flag, Nylon 3' x 5'
Item Code: MageeGutierrez3X5

One of the nine flags flown over Nacogdoches. In 1812 the Old Stone Fort served as the headquarters during the first attempt to create a Texas Republic. Augustus Magee, a former lieutenant in the U.S. Army, joined forces with Barnardo Guitierrez and attempted to take Texas. The men recruited 3,000 men to their cause and printed the first newspaper in Texas, called "Gaceta de Tejas," to gather support for their cause. Some major battles were fought with Mexican forces, but the group was defeated. Texas was declared a province of Mexico, which by this time had declared its independence from Spain. This flag is made of our Nylon material in a 3' x 5' size.
$19.90

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