Thursday, June 14, 2012

The Easton Flag

Since Dog Gone is going to do a post about Flag Day, I thought I would post the Easton Flag:
This is Easton, PA's take on how the stars and stripes should be rendered. The legend attached to it is that it was displayed on 8 July 1776 for the reading of the Declaration of Independence in Easton; however, there is no documentation for this. I like it because it's not the normal US flag configuration.


  1. I love it!

    Without the role played by Pennsylvnia, notably Philadelphia, in hosting the Continental Congress (with a brief debarkation at one point to Baltimore) we might not have had the successful outcome that resulted.

  2. I'm not sure how to respond to that!