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eBook The flag book of the United States ePub

by Whitney Smith

  • ISBN: 0688079776
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Whitney Smith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Morrow; Revised edition (1975)
  • Pages: 306
  • ePub book: 1299 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1657 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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The large, clear illustrations were produced specifically for this book by heraldic artist Alfred Znamerowski.

It is the only source of information on the design of the flags no longer in use by the various states. The large, clear illustrations were produced specifically for this book by heraldic artist Alfred Znamerowski. 8 people found this helpful.

The Flag Book of the United States. Flags Through the Ages and Across the World. Whitney Smith Jr. was born on February 26, 1940 to Mildred and Whitney Smith. As a youth, Whitney Smith lived in Lexington and Winchester, Massachusetts

The Flag Book of the United States. As a youth, Whitney Smith lived in Lexington and Winchester, Massachusetts At Harvard, he was studied political science and received in 1961 a bachelor degree in the field.

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Smith has written 27 books on the subject of flags, notably Flags Through the Ages and Across the World, The Flag Book of the United . Smith, Whitney was born on February 26, 1940 in Arlington, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Whitney and Mildred (Gaffney) Smith.

Smith has written 27 books on the subject of flags, notably Flags Through the Ages and Across the World, The Flag Book of the United States, and Flag Lore of all Nations. Smith was the designer of the national flag of Guyana and has served as a vexillographer (flag designer) to a number of governments and organizations. In 1981, Smith was part of a committee who developed the flag of Bonaire. AB magna cum laude, Harvard University, 1961; Master of Arts, Boston University, 1962; Doctor of Philosophy, Boston University, 1968.

Whitney Smith That first Flag Resolution read, in toto, Resolved, that the flag of the United States be thirteen stripes.

After checking with Whitney Smith, whose image shows the ampersand, it appears that the state is very lax about the flag wording . It is described on page 147 of the book "Flag Book of the United States" by Whitney Smith.

After checking with Whitney Smith, whose image shows the ampersand, it appears that the state is very lax about the flag wording and manufacturers use their own judgment. Rick Wyatt, 2 April 2001. There is an image of this flag on page 136 of the book "Flags through the Ages and Across the World" by Whitney Smith.

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The flag book of the United States. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The flag book of the United States from your list? The flag book of the United States. Rev. ed. by Whitney Smith.

His fighters brought with them the news of the decision taken by Congress to establish the official flag of the United States 13. The decree was, but the flag itself was not yet.

This word itself comes from the Latin "vexillum"(Banner), the ancient Roman name for the predecessor of modern flags -" Veksillum ", a small cloth attached with its upper edge to the horizontal flagpole. His fighters brought with them the news of the decision taken by Congress to establish the official flag of the United States 13.

Pictures, describes, and offers brief histories of the colonial, national, state, territorial, and other flags and ensigns associated with the United States

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Whitney Smith, Director of the Flag Research Center, compiled information from the 50 states to produce the most authoritative history of state flags ever written. It is the only source of information on the design of the flags no longer in use by the various states. The history of the Stars and Stripes is also traced. The large, clear illustrations were produced specifically for this book by heraldic artist Alfred Znamerowski.