Ft Moultrie Liberty Flag Patch
Time for a history lesson!
This flag was flown over the Fortifications on Sullivan’s Island on June 28, 1776, South Carolina, as they battled a British Invasion. When the flag fell during the course of the battle, it was lifted by Sergeant William Jasper, who held it until a new flagstaff could be improvised, claiming, “We cannot fight without a flag!” This decisive battle was the first British loss at sea in years, and prevented them from the capacity for a Southern invasion and proved that the colonists were a force to be reckoned with.
- Size: 2x3 inches
- Velcro Backed
- Not for the faint of patriotism