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Dodson Flag, replica
Title: Dodson Flag, replica
Description: Rectangular banner with blue ribbon along the left two corners. Left side is dark blue with a white star, center is white and right side is red.
Description: Historical Note: The original Dodson flag was designed by Sarah Bradley Dodson, wife of Archelaus Dodson, for the Harrisburg Volunteers. The original flew over the hall where the first Constitutional Convention met at Washington-on-the-Brazos on March 1, 1836. This design is considered to be the first Lone Star flag, the precursor to the present day state flag.
Citation information: ATF0333, Artifacts collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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