Join or Die Flag (Benjamin Franklin) Flag - Nylon - 3' x 5'
: 3' x 5'
In 1751 Benjamin Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette carried a bitter article protesting the British practice of sending convicts to America. The author suggested that the colonists return the favor by shipping "a cargo of rattlesnakes, which could be distributed in St. James Park, Spring Garden, and other places of pleasure, and particularly in the nobleman's gardens."
Three years later the same paper printed the picture (as seen here) of a snake as a commentary on the Albany Congress. To remind the delegates of the danger of disunity, the serpent was shown cut to pieces. Each segment is marked with the name of a colony, and the motto "Join or Die" below.
Our historical flags are unsurpassed in quality and authenticity. This 3'x5' Join or Die flag has printed construction and 2 brass grommets on the left used for hanging. 100% Made in the USA from durable nylon material.