Battle Flag of Texas - State of Texas Flag-3rd Republic
This 3' x 5' Texas Flag is made of cotton has two sturdy brass grommets and is intended for use on a flagpole (not included - used in picture only for visual effect).
This flag's fly end hem is reinforced by four needle lock stitchings. Superior, bonded nylon thread is used on the flag to provide extra strength. Each section of the flag - the red, white and blue are hem stitched together and the white Texas Lone Star is embroidered on the blue section of the flag.
With Santa Anna's surrender, Texas gained its independence, and became a sovereign nation. With this new found independence, it was logical to create a better flag.
In 1839 the flag that we now associate with Texas was designed and approved. The flag maintained its lone star, and serves as a banner and symbol for our state to this day.