What Is the Origin of the Texas Flag?


In the 1830s, Texas was struggling to gain its independence from Mexico. In 1836 a group of Texan leaders adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence, creating the Republic of Texas. The new Republic's political leaders realized they needed a flag.
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