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Flag: 13 stripes + 50 pointed white stars + colours13 stripes: colonies / 50 states
White ; purity and innocence
Red: hardiness and valor
Blue: Viligance, Perseverance and Justice
Pledge of allegiance + whenOath of loyalty to the flag of the US + first used on Columbus day
1.where does it stand for?
Was placed where and when?National Bird of the US.
Stands for Immortality, strenght, courage, freedom.
was placed with outspread wings on Great Seal, 1782
Liberty Bell ;
3. What1. Was rung on july 8th,1776
2. after the first reading of the declaration of independence.
3. was rang on every independence day (4th of July) until the death of John Marshall
1. What is it?
2. Sides1. The official seal of the american government
2. Observe :
*eagle = bears a shield
*13 stripes = states.
* the chief =federal government
* Olive branch = peace
* 13 arrows = war
* text:= out of many, one
* Pyramid with the all-seeing eye of divine providence
What?Nickname / cartoon image to personify the American Government.
Samuel Wilson stamped his shipments with the initials of the US during the war of 1812.
Statue of Liberty
Gift from?Statue on Liberty Island (nyc)
Symbolizes liberty in form of a woman wearing flowing robes and a spiked crown who holds a torch in her right hand and carries a book in her left hand.
Gift by the French to mark the 100th anniversary of the war of Independence
The national anthem.
Written by, Why, When?Name: the Star- Sprangled Banner
Written by Frances Key after seeing the bombardment of Fort McHenry in Baltimore during the War of 1812
When?A day of fasting and praying during a period of drought was changed to one of thanksgiving because the rain came during prayers.
The fourth Thursday of november (holiday)
who gets it?
Person on medaille?1. The order of the Purple heart is the oldest American decoration for military merit.
2. Originally established by George Washington.
3. Is awarded to members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have been killed/wounded in action agains an enemy.
4. Badge for Military Merit.
5. George Washington