Long a symbol of fierce independence, the Gadsden flag has become the emblem of freedom and hands off government. 100% traditional cotton. Finished with strong canvas heading and solid brass grommets. Three x five feet.
Created by southern Colonel Christopher Gadsden, and flown by the original Continental Navy, the words "Don't Tread On Me" were America's answer to Britain as it fought against coercive measures. The words and rattlesnake made a clear case - it will be as dangerous to tread on America as it would be to tread on a rattler.