Texas Flags

The unique history of Texas has produced heroic leadersand truly epic stories.
The struggle for independence in 1836; the valor of the Alamo and the Texans'
astounding victory at San Jacinto.

The flags carried in the fight for a free Texas and the flags used by the independent
Republic of Texas shine as hallmarks for the can-do spirit known thro...

The unique history of Texas has produced heroic leadersand truly epic stories.
The struggle for independence in 1836; the valor of the Alamo and the Texans'
astounding victory at San Jacinto.

The flags carried in the fight for a free Texas and the flags used by the independent
Republic of Texas shine as hallmarks for the can-do spirit known throughout the
world as uniquely Texan.

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  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") In December of 1836, the new government of Texas met at Columbia and the First Congress accepted the suggestion of David Burnet, first president of the Republic of Texas, to recognize a new design for the "National Flag" of Texas. Records available to the congress were fragmentary, and...

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") A month after Santa Anna was defeated, the Mexican government repudiated the treaties he signed and refused to recognize the independent sovereignty of Texas. Their threats of an invasion made a strong defense a continuing concern for the Texas army. On one foray in the spring of 1842, San...

  • Premier size: $1100 (45" x 31") Collector size: $450 (25" x 18") If the Mexicans had controlled the Gulf of Mexico and completely blockaded the Texas coast, it is very unlikely that the move for independence in Texas would have been successful. In November of 1835, the General Council formed the Texas Navy, purchasing the first ships: the Independence,...

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") In 1835, the Texan's fight for independence attracted attention throughout the United States. Public meetings were held in many towns, and representatives of the new Texas government were welcomed in cities from New Orleans to New York. Although the official policy of the United States was...

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") Some leaders and groups--considered radicals at the time--wanted complete and immediate independence from Mexico, and were ready and willing to fight for it. Unlike the organized Mexican army, the Texas forces were formed from a number of such small groups, and Sam Houston and Stephen F....

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") The Mexican constitution of 1824 gave the people of Texas rights similar to those enjoyed at the time by the citizens of the United States, but every new Mexican government attempted to increase control over Texas. To call attention to this, Texans removed the coat of arms from the center...

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") In late September, 1835, Colonel Ugartechea, the commander of the Mexican garrison at San Antonio, sent a few men to Gonzales to recover a cannon that had been loaned to the town to fight off occasional Indian attacks. The citizens of Gonzales realized that the intent of the move was to...

  • Premier size: $1100 (45" x 31") Collector size: $425 (25" x 18") Groups of volunteers were organized throughout America to join the Texans in their fight for liberty. One of the first was a group that left New Orleans by steamboat, sailing up the Mississippi and Red rivers to Natchitoches, Louisiana, and then marched towards San Felipe. As they...

  • Premier size: $1100 (45" x 31") Collector size: N/A Texas has the distinction of being the only state that was ever a sovereign independent nation, recognized by the United States, Great Britain and the major European powers of the day. After several years of false starts and negotiations, Texas joined the union as the 28th state. Originally it was...

  • Premier size: $875 (59" x 24") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") The first Constitutional Convention met at Washington on the Brazos on March 1st, 1836. Most of the delegates were under 40 years old, and all had been elected for the express purpose of declaring the independence of Texas from Mexico and forming a government for the new republic. No one...

  • Premier size: $1100 (45" x 31") Collector size: N/A The Lone Star State's forte was cavalry, reflecting perhaps the cowboy and vaquero heritage of Texas. There were more regiments of horse soldiers from Texas than any other state; Texas' reputation for equestrian skill and audacity became legendary. The most famous - and perhaps the most valorous -...

  • Premier size: $1100 (45" x 31") Collector size: $425 (25" x 18") One week after the first shot of the Texas Revolution was fired at Gonzales, Texans led by George Collinsworth and Ben Milam took the offensive and captured the important Mexican fortress at Goliad. In Spanish these forts were called presidios, and they were originally built to protect a...

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