The Flag of the United States

The Flag of the United States The author of this site provides a solid base of information about the U.S. flag that includes the evolution of the flag and the history of Flag Day. Students will discover why the flag is known as Old Glory and the important role Francis Scott Key played in history.
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The Flag of the United States


The author of this site provides a solid base of information about the U.S. flag that includes the evolution of the flag and the history of Flag Day. Students will discover why the flag is known as Old Glory and the important role Francis Scott Key played in history.

US Flag Organization

• Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Becky Woods

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