Essay On Cowpens Flag

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The Cowpens flag or referred as the 3rd Maryland Regiment was another very famous and important flag to our country. According to some articles, there is a doubt that the 3rd Maryland Regiment was not carried during the Cowpens Battle. The first sign of the Cowpens flag appeared in 1777 according to some experts. According to Cowpens Flag, the Cowpens flag was actually toted by William Batchelor in South Carolina on January 17, 1781 at the Battle of Cowpens. The name Cowpens came from the Battle of Cowpens. According to The Cowpens Flag’s History, the Cowpens flag was actually flown over the Battle of Cowpens, too. According to INSSAR Historic Flag, the Cowpens flag was an early version of the former United States flag that actually met congressional requirements of the Flag Resolution of 1777. The Cowpens flag has twelve stars and thirteen alternating red and white stripes just like the Betsy Ross flag but has an added star in…show more content…
The 50-Star flag or referred as The Star and Stripes flag was adopted on July 4, 1960. According to Marc Leepson in The 50-Star American Flag, the design of the 50-Star flag was done by Robert Heft at the Lancaster High School in 1958. The flag came upon Robert while he was doing a history project. It is said that President Eisenhower arranged the nine rows left to right for the 50 stars on August 21st, 1959. Also, on August 21, 1959, Hawaii became the 50th state and a star was arranged on the flag to make the 50th star. On June 4, 2007, the 50-Star flag became recognized as America's longest lasting flag. The 50-Star flag consists of thirteen parallel stripes and six to five alternating stars on the carton. Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F, Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M, Nixon, Gerald R, Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald W, Reagan, George Bush, William J. Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump are the twelve Presidents who up to now served under the 50-Star

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