The Bennington flag is perhaps the most mysterious of the Revolution-era flags. The date of origin is still in question - some reports claim that it was carried by Nathaniel Fillmore at the Battle of Bennington, but that's unconfirmed - and the design is also a mystery: why the two stars above the arch of stars? Why were seven-pointed stars used? We may never know. What we do know is this special flag has become a symbol of American freedom with the '76' in the canton, representing the year that the Declaration of Independence was signed, 1776.
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