History Of Flag Day  

History Of Flag Day

The history of Flag Day celebration goes back to June 14, 1777 when for the first time the American flag was acknowledged by the Continental Congress. Flag Day celebration thereafter continued for nearly two hundred years by flying flags on the top of public buildings and by commemorating the event in various cities. More...

 

What Is Flag Day ?

What Is Flag Day ?

The US flag is not just a display of stars and collection of red and blue stripes. It has deeper meaning symbolizing old glory and feelings of patriotism. It truly depicts the ideals upon which the nation was established. It is the duty of each citizen of the country to properly honor the flag. Honoring the flag on Flag Day can have a serious impact on the minds of people across the US throughout the year. More...

Why Is Flag Day Celebrated ?

Why Is Flag Day Celebrated ?

Each year, on June 14, Americans proudly celebrate Flag Day. One can see millions of flags being displayed on front porches, yards, on light poles and also on car antennae. Flag Day is celebrated to showcase national pride. It also instills a feeling of patriotism amongst the citizens of the country. More...

How To Celebrate Flag Day ?

How To Celebrate Flag Day ?

Observance of Flag Day helps in instilling feelings of patriotism amongst people. It offers an excellent opportunity to find out more about the history of the nation and also how the flag came into being. Accordingly, the events and activities can be organized on this particular day which focus on patriotism and history of the country. One nice way of celebrating Flag Day at an individual level is by displaying the flag prominently for one complete week and also encouraging other people to fly the US flag at their homes. More...

 

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