American Flag Research Paper

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The Flag of the United States
Mr. Pointer
Period 3
Andrew Molloy

Table of contents
Foreword Page 2
The flag of the United States report Pages 3-5
Picture of the flag of the United States Page 6
What I learned Page 7
Works cited Page 8
Bibliography Page 10

FOREWARD

The flag of the United States, also known as Old Glory, should be respected all the time. I belong to the Boy Scouts of America and know alot about the flag but by researching for this report, I want to learn why the flag of the United states is important. I hope to learn why the flag of the United States was created. Next, who made the first American flag. I would also like to learn the history of the flag and
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The flag had 13 stars from 1777-1795. the Flag should never touch anything beneath it like the ground , water ,and merchandise. Flag Day is on June 4th. The most common nicknames for the flag are stars and stripes, and old glory. When the the flag is vertical the stars should face north east. The parts of a flag are the width, hoist, field,length, and fringe. The design on the original flag was 13 stars and stripes. You salute the flag with your right hand over your heart. The first flag was made by Betsy ross. The flag was also made for the pennsylvania navy. The flag was to have 13 stripes. In 1942 the u.s congress made a code for the American Flag. Lastly, George Washington When the the flag is vertical the stars should face north east. The parts of a flag are the width, hoist, field,length, and fringe. The design on the original flag was 13 stars and stripes. You salute the flag with your right hand over your heart. The first flag was made by Betsy ross. The flag was also made for the pennsylvania navy. The flag was to have 13 stripes. In 1942 the u.s congress made a code for the American Flag. Lastly, George Washington asked Betsy Ross to make the very first American flag. The flag has been around 200 years. The American Flag is also a symbol of pride. “On June 14,1777 in order to establish an official flag for the new nation the continental congress passed the first flag act, “Resolved that the flag of the united states be made of thirteen stripes,
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