The layout of the stars was officially standardized in 1912, while the colors were standardized in 1934. #history #historicalfacts

How the US Flag Changed Throughout History (1776 - Present

The layout of the stars was officially standardized in 1912, while the colors were standardized in 1934. #history #historicalfacts

American Flags Chart: A colorful chart with the 50 United States Flags. Explore the history and geography of America with this free, printable chart showing the variety of flags of each of the fifty states.

American Flags Chart: A colorful chart with the 50 United States Flags. Explore the history and geography of America with this free, printable chart showing the variety of flags of each of the fifty states.

Admiring the flag... George Washington With Betsy Ross and New Flag

George Washington With Betsy Ross and New Flag

In 1777 the Continental Congress adopted the "Stars and Stripes" as the national flag of the United States.

In 1777 the Continental Congress adopted the "Stars and Stripes" as the national flag of the United States.

Great facts about the American flag to share with Brownies earning their Celebrating Community badge.

Data Visualization and Infographics Resources

Great facts about the American flag to share with Brownies earning their Celebrating Community badge.

US Flag History Poster - The Star Spangled Banner 39 Designs 1775-Present - available at www.sportsposterwarehouse.com

US Flag History Poster - The Star Spangled Banner 39 Designs 1775-Present - available at www.sportsposterwarehouse.com

The American Flag Through The Ages #USA, #americanflag, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu

AMERICAN FLAG Chart Poster US History Classroom Teacher

The American Flag Through The Ages #USA, #americanflag, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu

Ever since Betsy Ross sewed the first official American flag in 1776, the United States didn't really have a true identity. The flag wasn't adopted until 1777, but it has stuck. The original design is different than that of today's flag, but the color scheme and base idea is the same. The only thing that has changed are the number of stars, and the way in which they are arranged. The American flag has certainly changed throughout history, and nowadays you can see many people wearing it…

Ever since Betsy Ross sewed the first official American flag in 1776, the United States didn't really have a true identity. The flag wasn't adopted until 1777, but it has stuck. The original design is different than that of today's flag, but the color scheme and base idea is the same. The only thing that has changed are the number of stars, and the way in which they are arranged. The American flag has certainly changed throughout history, and nowadays you can see many people wearing it…

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