Named for Colonel William Moultrie, this flag flew over Sullivan Island in Charleston Harbor during the battle on June 28, 1776. Sergeant William Jasper risked life and limb several times to replace the flag after it was shot down, inspiring the Americans with his heroism. The British were beaten so badly they didn't renew the war in the south again until 1778. Look for a cresent moon the next time you see the present day state flag of South Carolina.
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NOTE:The 4”x6” size is mounted to a 10” staff with a spear top.