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The Flag Company Inc And Flagpole Lightings

January 19, 2017 | Author: | Posted in PRODUCT REVIEWS

In the beginning, there was light. Everyone knows that part. But how did we learn to control and use it for ourselves? This history highlights several technologies that have been used to produce light: flame from wood, oil and gas; arc or glow from electricity; and the fluorescence of minerals.

Massachusetts Flag And The Flag Company Inc

September 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in History

On March 6, 1915, Massachusetts adopted a State flag that was very similar to the flag that flies over the Commonwealth today. The 1915 flag depicted the Commonwealth coat of arms on one side on a white field. On the other side was a blue shield with a pine tree on it, a symbol of the value placed on wood by the settlers of Massachusetts.

South Dakota State Flag History Today

September 20, 2016 | Author: | Posted in History

The official South Dakota Flag was adopted by the state in the year 1963. However according to the records of the South Dakota Flag history, it was altered in 1992, to introduce the nickname of the state. The original South Dakota Flag was adopted in 1909, which featured the state seal of South Dakota on the back while a picture of the sun was on the front.

Flag And Flagpole And The Flag Company Inc New Era

September 14, 2016 | Author: | Posted in PRODUCT REVIEWS

A flagpole is the foundation of a banner, it holds the banner upright for spectators to see. Flagpoles have experienced various changes since individuals began flying banners. Preceding the modern unrest, flagpoles were made only from wood. In spite of the fact that some today still practice this specialty, most flagpole producers today use more sturdy materials.

The Flag Company Inc And Oklahoma Flag

September 8, 2016 | Author: | Posted in History

The land that today makes up Oklahoma was added to the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Throughout the 19th century, the U.S. government relocated Indian tribes from the southeastern United States to the area, and by 1900, over 30 Indian tribes had been moved to what was originally called the Indian Territories.

History Of North Dakota Flag

September 7, 2016 | Author: | Posted in History

Adopted in 1911, the state flag of North Dakota displays a bald eagle holding an olive branch and a bundle of arrows in its talons. The eagle carries a ribbon in its beak saying E Pluribus Unum (Latin for “out of many, one”) symbolizing one nation made up of many states. A shield with thirteen stripes on the eagle’s breast represents the original thirteen states.

History Of Louisiana Flag

June 24, 2016 | Author: | Posted in History

Louisiana has a long and varied history. The region was possibly visited by Cabeza de Vaca and his fellow survivors of a Spanish expedition of 1528, and it was certainly seen by some of De Soto’s men (1541–42). In 1682, La Salle reached the mouth of the Mississippi and claimed for France all of the land drained by that river and its tributaries, naming it Louisiana after Louis XIV. Europeans did not permanently settle there until 1699, when Pierre le Moyne, Sieur d’Iberville, founded a settlement near Biloxi. This settlement became the seat of government for Louisiana, an enormous territory embracing the entire Mississippi drainage basin.