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Texas Historical Flag Coloring Pages

Flags of Texas Coloring Pages

March 2 is Texas Independence Day. Freedom and independence is something Texans, like Americans in general, have traditionally valued and been willing to fight to preserve. These Texas historical flag coloring pages highlight this fact. I hope you’ll enjoy these free printables and will take time today to contemplate what a precious gift our liberty is. To relinquish it now would be a shame and disgrace to the heroes who fought so bravely to secure it for us.

We start with the 1824 tricolor flag, the flag that flew over the Alamo. It signified Texas’s willingness to remain loyal to Mexico as long as the government honored the Mexican Constitution of 1824. When Mexico refused to do this, Texas revolted.

Texas 1824 Flag

Next we have the famous “Come and Take It” Flag the citizens of Gonzales used to answer Mexico’s demand that they surrender their cannon. Texans have always placed a high value on gun ownership, recognizing the usefulness of firearms for self-defense and preservation of liberty.

Come and Take It Flag

The following “Liberty or Death” Flag was carried to Goliad by the Georgia Battalion, who came to aid in Texas’s fight for liberty. On the reverse side of the flag were printed the Latin words, “Ubi libertas habitat, ibi nostra patria est” (Where Liberty dwells, there is our fatherland).

Liberty or Death Flag

And last of all, we have the Lone Star Flag that still flies above our great state today.

Texas Lone Star Flag

To download all four of these Texas historical flag coloring pages, simply click on the download link below. And I hope you have a happy Texas Independence Day!

Another Great Resource for History Buffs

Do you love the LORD, love our country, and love American history? Then check out God Bless America, made especially for patriots like you! It joins my growing collection of devotional journals. With twelve titles now in the series, there is something for nearly everyone.

God Bless America Devotional Journal Lineup

My goal in creating this particular journal? To inspire readers to think deeply about what it means to be an American. What is our responsibility to the rest of the world? How do we ensure the guiding principles on which our nation was established are never forgotten? Every page features beautiful vintage artwork along with a scripture verse, a writing prompt, or a historical quote. I hope you’ll enjoy using the space provided to write down your thoughts.

God Bless America

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