Indian Peace Flag
Indian Peace Flag
Indian Peace Flag
Indian Peace Flag

Indian Peace Flag

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"Indian Peace" flag of 1803 - The U.S. government often presented the Stars and Stripes to friendly Indian nations. These "Indian Peace" flags displayed the U.S. Coat of Arms in the canton.

One unusual variation of the U.S. flag was a 26 star flag carried by western explorer John C. Frémont, who later became the first Republican candidate for President. Between the rows of stars in the canton of his flag was an eagle. The eagle held the usual arrows of war, but the olive branch of peace was replaced by the calumet, or peace pipe. He hoped that this would be accepted by the Indians he met in his travels as a token of his peaceful intentions.

Our shirts run a little small and are athletic fit so if you are in between sizes or are unsure, please order up one size.

60% Combed Cotton 40% Poly Athletic Fit

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As soon as I put on my shirt my wife conceived twin sons who later on that day were both offered D1 football scholarships. She smiles a lot more and can’t help but touch me saying the smell freedom is driving her wild.

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Great fit, interesting narrative

When I saw this image I knew I had to have it, not because of the imagery but for the fact you do not see these flags anywhere; the Indian Peace Flag. As a student of history I tossed around the portrayal vs significance with this image: On one hand you have an ironic flag; a meaning of 'peaceful intentions' of interacting nations as our young one was branching out and depending on positive interactions, teachings, and cooperation with the mighty Native Americans. However, as we all know, most instances ultimately ended with forceful removal, negated contracts, and deadly encounters that would lead anyone to scoff at the idea of a peace-flag. And I get that. BUT if no one saw this shirt, no one saw this flag, then all the narratives (good and bad) of the Native Americans would never be, and slowly become isolated on history pages. This shirt give me a chance to show a time in our early developing nation and how our interaction with Native Americans were important, sought after, and dependent on becoming the United States, and the narrative of the Native Americans themselves, the good and bad.

Nicholas B.
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Indian Peace Flag

Love this t-shirt, it’s different, and a cool symbol in American history. Would love to see more Indian themed items like this. Keep up the good work.

Karibeth S.
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Great shirt

Excellent quality. Fits well. Looks good. Husband loved it. Two big thumbs up!

United States
Awesome shirt

Great shirt awesome design