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Pioneer Heritage Flag - Las Vegas Mormon Fort 1855 Replica Flag

Pioneer Heritage Flag - Las Vegas Mormon Fort 1855 Replica Flag

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Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Latter-day Saint pioneer history with this replica flag, originally flown at the Historic Mormon Fort in what is now Las Vegas, Nevada. This 3'x5' (90 cm x 150 cm) banner, crafted from robust Rough Super Polyester Nylon 100D fabric, marks a moment in time.

1855 Historic Mormon Flag Flies at the Mormon Fort Historic Park, Las Vegas, Nevada

This 1855 Historic Mormon Flag flies at the Mormon Fort Historic State Park in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Like many American flags of its day, it's got 13 red and white stripes representing the 13 colonies. The familiar navy blue canton has a field of 19 starts — 18 5-pointed stars, and a central 8-pointed star. The 8 pointed star is a symbol of the Lord. An 8 pointed star is drawn with 2 overlapping squares, with points like a compass, identifying the cardinal directions. This star, in the center of the canton, would have symbolized the Lord's guidance like the North Star. 

This flag is constructed to last with 4 rows of sewing on the fly side and real brass grommets that won't rust, ensuring durability. The UV block protected fade-resistant technology guarantees vibrant colors that withstand the test of time, making it perfect for educational displays and commemorative purposes.

Whether for educational endeavors or as a gesture of remembrance. Its anti-rain and acid protection materials, along with excellent heavy-duty wind resistance, ensure it stands strong against the elements, making it suitable for outdoor commemorative events.

Collect a piece of the past, each detail telling a story of sacrifice and resilience.

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