In the darkest of night, I am there
Captain William Moultrie was ordered to capture Fort Johnson in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina from the British in 1775. He and his men promptly brought down the kings flag and hoisted the newly created Moltrie’s flag into clear view so approaching British ships would see that liberty had replaced tyranny. With its deep field of blue being illuminated by a crescent moon in its upper corner encasing the word “liberty”. Free to be, free to believe. An ideal that stands as true today as it did in 1775.
This piece is printed per order, locally in a small print shop in South Florida and takes approximately 7 - 10 business days to process.
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