George Rogers Clark Historical Flag - Choose Options
George Rogers Clark Flag, distinctive historical American Flag of the Revolutionary War.
- Choose from various size options
- Durable All-Weather Nylon
- Fully sewn individually stitched stripes, single-reverse with four rows reinforced stitching for durability
- Canvas header & brass grommet attachment
- Made in USA
Striking and unusual flag known to be flown in the Northwestern territories of what is now Indiana and Illinois during the American Revolutionary War. This flag is called the "George Rogers Clark Flag" but was likely never flown by General Clark during his wartime service. Instead it was associated with him as a flag flying over Fort Sackville/Vincennes after Clark and his forces captured the fort from British forces.