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Directory > Objects/Symbols and Signs > Flags

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1.  Image
Alameda County Flag in Procession
Flag of Alameda County in a procession at a State of California 4H conference, being carried by a 4H member of Alameda County
2.  Image
Women in Military Service for America Banner
This is the logo for the Women in Military Service for America
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: All
3.  Image
Greek Flag
Blue and white colors symbolize the blue of the Hellenic Sea and the Whiteness of its restless waves. The stripes represent the number of the syllables in th...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
4.  Web Site
The Star Spangled Banner
Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is the home of an American treasure—the Star-Spangled Banner, the flag that inspired our national anthem. D...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
5.  Image
Come and Take It
The Come and Take It flag, also known as the Gonzales flag, was Texas' first battle flag. The cannon on the flag was given to the Texans by the Mexican Army...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
6.  Video
Texas State Flag at the Capitol
Flag of Texas flowing atop the state capitol building. (Keywords: flags, states,)
Curriculum: History/Social Science
7.  Image
Flag of Mexico
Curriculum: History/Social Science
8.  Image
Texas State Flag
Curriculum: History/Social Science
9.  Image
Building in Rome
The Italian flag can be seen flowing in the foreground of this Rome building adorned with soldier statues.
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Other
10.  Image
Welcome to Texas
Welcome sign in Texas just passed the New Mexico border
Curriculum: History/Social Science

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