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Grand Union

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The famed "Grand Union" flag hoisted near Washington's headquarters at Cambridge on 1 January 1776 turned out to be exactly the same as the flag that the East India Company had used ... on the other side of the world ... since 1701. The design is essentially a red ensign (minus, of course, the X of St. Patrick at that time) with the red field divided into 13 red-and-white stripes: the same pattern as the later U.S. flag, once the canton changed to "a new constellation." William E. Dunning, 16 March 1998

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  1. Grand Union 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jul 2015

    Sweet looking flag. The union jack with the stripes is the design of the American colonies, before the revolution. Great flag for backyard BBQ and watching soccer on TV!

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