|Anno Domini: Still flying high at 239|
|June 10, 2016 Jerry Purvis|
Wedged in between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, it often gets overlooked. That’s sad, because Flag Day has a lot to tell us about this Great American Experiment we’re all living.
Flag Day was first observed informally in 1877, the flag’s hundredth birthday. It wasn’t made an official federal observance until 1949, signed into law by President Harry Truman.
The origins of our flag go back to June 14, 1777, when...
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