The Green Mountain Boys Flag was the regimental flag of a group of militiamen in the colonial New Hampshire Grants territory, an area between the colonies of New Hampshire and New York that eventually became the State of Vermont. The Green Mountain Boys served under Ethan Allen and captured key forts at Fort Ticonderoga and Fort Crown Point early on in the war with their numerous cannons, howitzers and mortars, which were later transported across the rugged mountains to the heights around Boston, where they helped General George Washington drive the British army out of Boston.
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Great shirt. Fast delivery love the quality.
I am a Green Mountain Boy, it’s very difficult to find anything from the VT history of war. Thanks.
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Pretty cool. The fact that most people have never heard of The Green Mountain Boys, me included. Also people aren't aware of the different native American nations that enlisted in the continental army.
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Sizing good. I get a 2XL for comfort. I wish the soldier on the back logo res embled a Revolutionary War sokdier. It looks like a WW1 soldier. Can you tell me what era the soldier was to resemble? I love the majority of the logo. I served with the Vermont Air Guard. The Green Mountain Boys as an F-16 Crew Chief.
Hi Stephen, the soldier on the back is a militia member, has a tricorn hat and a musket. I am pretty sure we styled it after an Ethan Allen Statue.