Sons Of Liberty 100% Cotton Front & Back Print Shirt 100% Cotton Popular Desert Dusk Color.
"Rebellious Stripes" & Bayonet signify the The Sons Of Liberty.
The Rebellious Stripes flag was born in 1767, and "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death" was made famous by Patrick Henry & The Virginia Minute Men.
Design by Daniel Rudy and Gadsden and Culpeper. All rights reserved. Do not copy or duplicate in any manner.
The Boston Tea Party was one of the most effective pieces of political theater ever staged. John Adams, no fan of mob action, wrote of the dumping of the tea: "There is a dignity, a majesty, a sublimity, in this last effort of the patriots that I greatly admire."
December 16, 1773, after officials in Boston refused to return three shiploads of taxed tea to Britain, About 50 members of The Sons of Liberty, boarded 3 ships in Boston Harbor. Some were dressed as Mohawk Indians. In a very orderly and quiet fashion, they plunked 9,659 worth of Darjeeling into the sea.
Gadsden and Culpeper is happy to bring a modern day design along with the 1767 flag. The Sons of Liberty adopted a red and white flag with nine uneven vertical stripes (five red and four white). The Sons Of Liberty organized nine colonies to attend the Stamp Act Congress.