Tag: Alabama Flag

State FlagsSeptember 19, 2013

Personalize your space by flying your beloved state flag! Perfect for any home, dorm room, or tailgate.

Alabama State Flag by Heritage Line

Texas State Flag by Heritage Line

Virginia State Flag by Heritage Line

South Carolina State Flag by Heritage Line

Georgia State Flag by Heritage Line

Arkansas State Flag by Heritage Line

Tennessee State Flag by Heritage Line


North Carolina State Flag by Heritage Line

Last, but certainly not least…

Mississippi State Flag by Heritage Line


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Alabama Gift GuideNovember 20, 2012

Get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping with our Alabama Gift Guide. Below you will find lots of gift ideas perfect for anyone on your list from Alabama.

Alabama Caps

Alabama Flag Bow Ties

Alabama Flag Ties

Alabama Flags – More Colors Available

Alabama Decals

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A Brief History on the Alabama FlagAugust 24, 2011

Check out our Alabama flags in a variety of colors!

Alabama Flag by Volunteer Traditions
The current Alabama state flag is the second flag to ever officially fly in Alabama. The first was made in 1861 and featured the Goddess of Liberty, with the line: “Independent Now and Forever,” printed across the top. The other side featured the Latin phrase “Noli Me Tangere,” or Touch Me Not with a cotton plant and coiled Rattlesnake. In 1895 the Alabama legislature authorized the current Alabama state flag.

The state flag was to be a crimson cross of St. Andrew on a field of white. The bars forming the cross were not to be less than six inches broad and were to extend diagonally across the flag from side to side. The now infamous flag is flown everyday across the state of Alabama.
Fun Facts:
The act that created the flag did not designate a square or a rectangular flag. It has come under debate as to whether or not the flag should be square or rectangular because it is believed that the crimson color was modeled after the Confederate flag. Because this Confederate flag was a Battle Flag, it was originally square. The Alabama state flag is thus sometimes depicted as square, but most often the flag is rectangular.

Flag of Alabama I salute thee.

To thee I pledge my allegiance, my service, and my life.

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