The Huntington "Liberty Flag," was created in Huntington, Long Island, New York on July 23, 1776 upon the Town's receipt of news of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The flag was subsequently carried into the Battle of Long Island by the 1st Regiment of Suffolk County Militia, during which it was captured by Hessian troops. The original captured flag is reported to have survived in Germany until its destruction by fire in a bombing raid during World War II. The flag is presented here crossed with the Grand Union flag.
VEXILLOPHILE offers flat flags and waving, usually available with the name of the place -- often in the native language as well as English! Of course, if you'd rather leave them guessing, you can get your flags plain! So be sure to look over our designs before making your final selection!
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