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A fourteen-year-old girl from Delaware was dangling dangerously off of a ride at Six Flags in upstate New York, when she dropped 25 feet and was safely caught by some kind hands below. Amusement parks — while they tend to be safe, so often the case happens where something breaks, snaps, and every park goers nightmare comes to stark life, as we see every once in a while.
The ride the girl was on, The Sky Ride, is a slow moving gondola that lets your feet dangle over the park below and somehow, the girl slipped out and her head was stuck. The other rider with her also seemed to be about her age and helpless to pull her up. Within seconds, a crowd of park employees and visitors got underneath the girl to catch her, which they did!
The girl was rushed to a nearby hospital in Albany, but suffered no serious injuries. A year-old man from Schenectady suffered back and neck injuries from breaking the girls fall. No one is sure how the girl came loose from the safety equipment. Park crews inspected the car and found no problems, but Six Flags has shut the ride down for a full inspection.
As scary as this moment was, at least it was over quickly. In April, 24 people were stuck high in the air for over 3 hours on a roller coaster at a Six Flags in Maryland.
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John towered over her by a full foot, and a coldness came off him. He barely made eye contact. He cut her questions short. As he helped Debra move into her new house, he huffed and strained and wrestled her queen mattress down the stairs single-handedly, a show of ludicrous machismo. She thought maybe they were picking up on her own unease. She brooded on some questions. What kind of doctor had no car? Terra and her boyfriend moved into the spare bedroom of the new Balboa Island rental for a few days.
Her mom said she was getting his certificates framed, but Terra knew, and she did something uncharacteristic. She confronted her loudly. Here came John, instantly transformed by rage. Why was Terra snooping through his stuff? Why was she trying to steal Debra from him? Did she realize that kids should be smacked for this? They just wanted her dead, so they could collect.
He had an explanation for why he had a nursing degree but called himself a doctor. He said he had a PhD, which earned him the title, plus advanced training in anesthesiology. But others were willing to give John a chance. But she made allowances for a busy professional. And he was so nice and courteous. When Jacquelyn showed up, John asked for a private word with her. She announced that he was the devil, that anything he had to say he could say in public.
His words tugged at her anxieties. She found a therapist, who assessed the family dynamics and told Debra she needed to establish firmer boundaries with her children. If they wanted to come over, they had to be invited. If John was the man she had chosen, it was her business. Their house on the boardwalk had floor-to-ceiling windows, and from the rooftop deck they could watch the sailboats and the great yachts slide over Newport Harbor.
Water lapped against a ribbon of sand yards from their front door, and they could hear the tall, wind-rustled palms and the muted creaking of the boat docks. They were living inside a postcard. They walked the island hand-in-hand. He doted on passing babies and dogs. He liked to play-wrestle her grandkids. He acted like a kid himself, vulnerable and sweet, and single-mindedly besotted with her. He liked to pose shirtless and take selfies of his washboard abs.
Wardrobe-wise, she thought he was kind of a mess, with his baggy pants and University of Arizona sweatshirts. He said his clothes had been stolen while he was in Iraq. She took him to Brooks Brothers. She bought him shoes, dress shirts, slacks, a tweed sport coat, form-fitting cashmere sweaters — deep burgundy, navy blue. He looked good in darker tones and pastels.
It felt like having a new doll. In early December, she was driving to Vegas on business, and he was tagging along. Why not drop by the courthouse? The ceremony was in a plain room with a plant-covered trellis. He chuckled a little as he tried to get the ring on her finger.
They celebrated with lemon-drop martinis. They had known each other less than two months. No one had been invited to the wedding. She kept it a secret as the weeks passed and Christmas approached. Jacquelyn refused to go. Terra went to a therapist with her mom. They came to an understanding that Terra and John would keep their distance during the party.
The day came, and John bustled in with his arms full of presents for the children — dozens of presents Debra had bought. The kids surrounded him. Terra began crying hysterically. It became a scene. Terra knew what people were thinking: She knew some people still thought of her as the little girl who needed attention.
It was sometimes a fight to be taken seriously, and she would question the intensity of her own feelings. In early , Terra was back home in Vegas, with Jimmy and their dogs. She just hoped John would go away. She had spent time around doctors, during the time she worked in sales for a plastic surgeon. Their nails were meticulously clipped and scrubbed.
Plus, the doctors she had known did not go everywhere in their scrubs, as John did. She thought he looked like a man wearing a costume. And the way her mom kept calling to complain that money was missing from her wallet. Had Jacquelyn dropped by her office to borrow some? Jacquelyn told her to think about the loser she was dating. She thought her mom, so nice and trusting and naive, had no idea who he was. He said he traveled between clinics and operating rooms, doing anesthesiology work as needed, but who knew?
Debra would not remember agreeing to the tracker, but Jacquelyn insisted she asked. From her iPhone, Jacquelyn began studying the strange routes he took around Southern California, looking for patterns and clues. Sewn Stripes click to enlarge. It signaled to other vessels that, as a R. Flown on her maiden voyage. Additions From The American Revolution: Think of the Latin phrase on the back of the dollar bill: The chain link motif would be very important in the new republic.
It appears on the first regular issue US coins. The first Senate meeting in Philadelphia from puts it on its carpet in Congress Hall. The design appears on prints. It symbolizes many states forming a strong unified whole. Could the new union survive under our new Constitution? The 10th MA was already using the motif on its flag during the revolution.
The flag was captured by Burgoyne at Ft. We have a single double sided flag in stock: Becomes part of the Continental Army when Washington assumes command. Washington's Life Guard Flag. Ever see his flag? A militia formed "that in the event of Great Britain attempting to force unjust laws upon us by strength of arms, our cause we leave to Heaven and our rifles.
To them, the right to bear arms was decidedly not about duck hunting. Lest anyone miss their point, the rifle and their motto "Liberty or Death adorned their flag. The message to the British was unmistakable. The blue cap hanging on the staff is a "liberty cap. The Phrygian cap was a common symbol in colonial politics. The sword speaks for itself. A German account, listing the earlier date, belittles the skill of the American troops who surrendered under this flag, but it was only a few weeks later that the same Hessians under Colonel Rall surrendered to General Washington at Trenton, Dec.
The design on the flag is taken from an undated engraving. Nylon with heading and grommets. Allow about 4 weeks. The star version of the Whipple flag is the only one ever to go into production.
A star design is illustrated in Wayne Whipple's book but that same book has the star version on the cover. Whipple's book makes reference to the design using the name "American History Flag". He did not call it the "peace flag". He went on to challenge all the boys and girls who read his book to come up with their ideas for a meaningful star arrangement.
The 48 star version version made it into commercial distribution because a major flag producer like John Dettra was behind it. This version is the only one to be found. Throughout the internet, one can find photos of 48 star versions in auctions and elsewhere. But I see no 46 star versions. It seems that the 46 star version was one of those flags that gets designed but never actually gets made and distributed in a meaningful way V. Campbell, an agent for the Dettra Flag Company, took out a 7-year patent on March 6, that was the Whipple design in a pennant form.
At about the same time, although I haven't yet proven it completely, Wayne Whipple had a second edition of his book still bearing the date privately published with a new cover showing the star version, identical to the patent design.
My guess is the money to publish the book came from Dettra in trade for using the design on flags and pennants. Dettra produced both and I think the misnomer of "Whipple Peace Flag" may have come from Dettra who advertised the design in both forms as something to celebrate the end of the War in Whipple always called it the 'History Flag'. I think the Whipple flag was one of the best latter-day Great Star Flags, basically the last in real production.
Sometimes one is in stock. This flag was suggested to us by Devereaux Cannon and the following information is his: There are no surviving flags, nor any better depiction from an original source. The sketch shows the Fort Mercer flag having dimensions more nearly 3 x 5. Another source reproduces the canton as more nearly square and extending one stripe lower i.
Click on this thumbnail to enlarge an image of the Fort Mercer Flag sewn stars and stripes My own interpretation of the sketch with the help of a magnifying glass is that the canton is more nearly square, and almost half the width of the flag, so resting on the 7th stripe does seems right.
It is impossible to make out anything from the stars. They are just rendered as dots, and there are not even a discernable number, much less pattern. They could be in rows or a circle. They could have 5 or more points. Richardson and the other unknown interpreter both use the star pattern.
My inclination would be to accept the pattern, and to use 5-pointed stars as Richardson did, on the chance that these flags, being flown at forts near Philadelphia, were actually made by Mrs.
So, to recap, if I were making a replica of the Fort Mercer flag, it would be 3 x 5 feet with 7 blue and 6 white stripes, with a square red canton resting on the seventh stripe a blue one with 13 5-pointed stars in the pattern. As far as I know, the Fort Mercer flag was one-of-a-kind, and maybe had the colours reversed because the Flag Resolution was so new and someone got confused. Our previous version was a printed flag.
A favorite and popular political cartoon before The Revolution it was widely distributed and understood. It first appeared in Ben Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper on May 9, and spread to other newspapers.
The danger of disunited colonies was graphically illustrated in this cartoon along with his editorial making the case for colonial unity. This was never an actual flag back then but it is now. We learned many years ago about listening to your suggestions when Earl Williams first urged us to make The Francis Hopkinson flag. Since then we've had lots of fun making available wonderful old flags that deserve to fly again. When someone requests a flag with a compelling story I find it hard to resist.
It is kept here for historical interest. Thought to be the first American flag to be saluted by a foreign warship. Fowle was a militia soldier stationed at "Castle William" in Boston. He is said to have presented this flag to the officers there in After The Revolution, the post was renamed Fort Independence. She saluted the American flag with 13 guns and the fort returned the salute. Some accounts say the flag saluted was the very one donated 10 years earlier by Jonathan Fowle.
Our reproduction captures the home made charm of the original flag now part of the Massachusetts State House collection. We prefer naming it after the soldier rather than the fort. Click here to read a more detailed article about the flag's history. American history is rich with amazing stories that deserve to be remembered by flying the flags connected with them. That is why we have produced so many flags in response to your suggestions and requests.
Unless a flag is mass-produced, it is only available on a "custom" basis. A custom flag rarely costs less than a hundred bucks, and can cost many hundreds. The usual historical flags like the Betsy Ross, and the Gadsden are fine. But there is so much more to history than that. So if you know a flag that deserves to be remembered, or a regiment that ought to be honored by anyone who would like an affordable flag to fly, please share it with us. Send us a picture and the story.
Maybe we'll make it available to the public. Bookmark this site as we'll be adding more historical flags. A word about materials. Dyed cotton flags are not the best choice for flying in the rain. Colors, especially reds, can bleed. You should care for these flags with more attention that you need to with nylon flags.
Some folks, especially collectors, enjoy these flags for their traditional look. Of particular interest in the collection below are those intricately dyed cotton flags such as the Bedford. Years ago when we started in this business, most historical flags were manufactured in nylon AND cotton. Today, cotton has almost entirely disappeared.
Such cotton flags are therefore best enjoyed with light, protected use or just saved in a collection. All flags are finished with heading and grommets unless specifically stated otherwise Don't worry about an item not having an item number.
We don't have an item number for every item. Just order it by name, description and price. We will know which flag you want. Click to enlarge images. This flag has not been made since the 's and it is not made now. We were able to acquire a closeout batch of new, old stock. Cotton flags are a wonder.
The beauty of the older silkscreening process, the color values of the hues and the old school texture is from another era. They just don't make them like this anymore. The old silkscreening process on cotton did not achieve the same penetration as modern day printing on nylon. Accordingly, the color intensity on the back side is only about half as that on the front side.
Cotton flags sometimes had problems with color fastness in the rain. Accordingly this flag is best for use indoors or outdoors on a clear day. We are selling it with the advisory that it should not be gotten wet or used in the rain. Vast selection of sizes and prices Betsy Ross Flag. The Coahuila flag is custom made to order. Dansey Flag, 1st Delaware Regiment. As seen on the US Postage Stamp in the year series.
Fremont Flag John Fremont's flag. French Royal Standard Flag. Some say this flag became the basis of the design for the modern New York State flag. Also of interest is his end note 2 from the same paper. This flag was used to commemorate three landmark passages in New York State and American history. It has 17 stars because by four states had joined the original 13 in the Union — Vermont March 4, , Kentucky June 1, , Tennessee June 1, , and Ohio March 1, ; it shows an incongruous number of 15 stripes because specifications for the number of stars and stripes were not finalized by Congress and President James Monroe until Lewis and Clark Flag.
There were many variations of flags throughout the 's. This is a typical design in use from Imagine the type of sectional violence that makes us shudder when we see it around the world today. Back in the 's a mini civil war was going on in Kansas.
The territory was poised to become a state. Would she enter The Union as a free or slave state? Pro slavery interests, free soilers, and abolitionists all rush to settle and control the state's future. Two competing state governments are formed and there are two different competing state constitutions. In the Republican Party appears for the first time in a national election with presidential candidate John C Fremont.
Kansas was a major hot button issue in that race. The political balance of congress was at stake. The Republican platform calls for no expansion of slavery into the territories.
The Republicans campaign against the expansion of slavery. The Democrats warn that the Republicans are a radical sectional interest whose victory will lead to the destruction of the fragile Union. Fremont is defeated by James Buchanan. The Republicans would come back four years later and win with Abraham Lincoln upon whose victory the Union would indeed break apart. These are two flags used to support Fremont at rallies. Don't miss Fremont's personal flag.
This flag was used in a Pennsylvania rally. The large star represents the hoped for entry of Kansas as a free state. Fremont's running mate was William Dayton of New Jersey.
It distinguished itself during The Revolutionary War. Among other action, it took part in the assault of Redoubt 10 at Yorktown. Just Google its name and check it out. The first established settlement in Rough and Ready, California was made in the fall of by a mining company from Wisconsin known as the Rough and Ready Company. Their leader, Captain A.
Afterwards his estate grows into a giant agricultural, lumber and milling operation including slaves and thousands of acres. He serves in the NY colonial assembly where he becomes an outspoken opponent of colonial rule. He is commander of the initial defense against the British invasion of NY by Burgoyne whose initial success leads to Schuyler being replaced by Gen. Gates who accuses Schulyer of dereliction of duty.
Demanding a court martial, Schulyer is vindicated but resigns. Schulyer has a famous son in law: General for the siege of Boston. Later appointed by Washington to command the invasion of Canada. Next made one of the commanders in the horrible American defeat on Long Island where his forces were attacked from the rear and front simultaneously.
After hand to hand fighting in which his command was almost wiped out, he was captured. Released in a prisoner exchange, he was with Washington again at Trenton and Princeton. Later commanded the scorched earth campaign against the Iroquois in western New York.
Think of all the events she went through in that time. All historical versions of our flag remain legal and may be properly flown at any time.
We offer two different possible designs. Washington's Cruisers Flag Version 2. As with most historical flags from the Revolution, there is no original Washington's Cruisers still existing from the period.
Confederate pins, stickers, books, music, clothes, gravemarkers, novelties. The Development of Old Glory: By law a star is now added to the American flag on July 4 th following the admission of a state to the Union. The following table traces the changes in the US flag since While many believe the first official flag was the "Betsy Ross" with 13 stars in a circle, many feel it was a "spread star" pattern as shown.
It is still quite proper to fly one of these wonderful "Odd Star" flags. Each is a "legal" flag simply representative of an earlier era and they never become "obsolete. Great for historical homes , sites and schools. Many people with historic homes enjoy flying an historic flag that is from the same period as their home. We thank flag scholar Dave Martucci for the suggestion and for teaching us the history of this flag.
Dave has an extensive series of flag pages. Included is an antique flag appraisal and assessment page. When Boston was founded in , it was immediately recognized that the city was somewhat vulnerable to attack by sea. Within a few months of the first settlement, a decision was made to fortify one of the islands in the harbor, one that stood immediately next to the main shipping channel. This fortification, originally of logs, was named Castle William and it became the principal military outpost of the Bay colony.
When the British evacuated Boston in , they destroyed the fortifications. The Americans immediately began to re-fortify Castle Island. They again named the fort Castle William and by the close of the Revolutionary War it was regularly garrisoned with local militia. In , it is reported that a militia soldier stationed at Castle William by the name of Jonathan Fowle presented the officers of the fort with a large American Ensign of 13 stars and stripes measuring approximately 6 feet by 10 feet.
No one knows why Mr. Fowle made this presentation; some speculate he had some connection to a flag maker, but no one knows for sure. His descendants did not say why, only that it happened.
Custom of the times only required the display of the flag when foreign ships entered the channel leading past the Castle. It would be hoisted as soon as a vessel was spotted. An arriving foreign ship was required to hoist their flag and fire a salute, after which the garrison would briefly dip the American Flag and return the salute.
Dipping the US Flag is no longer done. The number of guns to fire was the subject to some controversy since the customs of the times indicated the salute to a Royal Vessel was supposed to be 21 guns, while the salute to a Republican Vessel was four guns less than offered republicans were supposed to fire first at sea.
Americans only asked for 13 guns, one for each State, although the controversy escalated in the mids when the number of States increased past the 21 mark. Because the flag was seldom displayed, it had a long life, especially compared to today when the tendency of Americans is to hoist the flag and leave it flying until it wears out. Ten years after it was presented, this flag may have become a part of American History. While passing the Castle, the "Alligator" saluted the American Flag with 13 guns, which was promptly returned by the garrison of the fort.
Some reports indicate the flag that was flying on the Castle was the same flag that had been presented ten years earlier by Jonathan Fowle. This was the first instance of a Royal British vessel saluting the American Flag following the Treaty of Peace, thereby certifying British recognition of American Independence.
On May 3, , the newspaper "Colombian Centinel" published at Boston said of the event: Some accounts in the family speculate this flag was carried by militia troops in the War of , but the size of the flag, its manufacture details, and the customs of the times make this unlikely. Castle William was ceded to the United States government in and subsequently renamed Fort Independence. The island retained the name Castle Island.
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