Goliad Battle Flag 3×5 Sewn and Embroidered Two-Ply Polyester
Fully sewn Goliad Liberty or Death Battle flag or Troutman Flag. This is a reproduction of what the Goliad Battle flag from the war for Texas independence might have looked like. The flag was presented to the Georgia Batallion of Permanent Volunteers by a young teenage girl named Joanna Troutman as they were passing through Knoxville Georgia on the way to Texas where they became part of General James Fannin’s provisional regiment. Miss Troutman also made the flag, hence the name “Troutman Flag”. There is some controversy among historians as to the exact verbiage that appeared on the flag, as the original flag was destroyed after the Goliad Massacre in 1836, however, this is one possible rendition of how the flag may have looked. The artwork appears on both sides of the flag and the lettering reads correctly on one side only.
Two-ply polyester is the most durable and best option for those who fly their flag 24/7 or in windy conditions. This flag features embroidered lettering and an appliqued blue star that is beautifully outlined with a heavy bead of embroidery on a solid white background.
- Heavy-duty 600 denier fabric
- Appliqued and embroidered artwork
- Heavy canvas header with brass grommets
- 4 rows of stitching on the fly end to prevent premature fraying
- Flag size: 3′ x 5′