"... The first liberty pole erected in Georgia was elevated in Savannah on the 5th of June, 1775... The 'Liberty Boys'... drank a toast to American Liberty. On the 21st of June was published a call... to meet at the liberty pole on the following day at ten o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of bringing about a union of Georgia with the other colonies in the cause of freedom... At the appointed place and designated hour many were present. Thirteen patriotic toasts were drunk, each being responded to by a salute from the cannon and by martial music..."
- E.W. Richardson, p. 85, Standards and Colors of the American Revolution
"VINCE AUT MORIRE- TO CONQUER OR DIE!"
Carried in battle at Concord at the bridge, the Bedford Minutemen of 1775 fought with their Bedford Flag proudly being carried. The motto on this flag was "Vince Aut Morire" or "Conquer or Die!"...
Liberty Boys, Conquer or Die, "for God and Country, this we'll defend!" tagged with Moreschi's painting, "The Liberty Boys", charging into the fog of war for Liberty's sake and just cause!
- Printed on our best selling shirt, our performance tee with dye sublimated ink that is dyed into the fabric, soft to the touch, and will not peel, fade, or crack off the fabric!
Classic short sleeve performance "moisture wicking" crew neck t-shirt that looks and feels like cotton. Features a ribbed taped neck collar. Unisex.
Dye Sublimated printing for a soft to touch feel of the "print to garment." Full back print, right sleeve print of our Lady Liberty sitting on her throne of freedom in an early 1900s ink style, front left chest of the "original" defiance patriot.
Short sleeve, STEEL GREY, SILVER (warm grey) and TAN toned colored tees currently available for this artwork.
Moisture Wicking Tee with built in anti-microbial and anti-stain features. One of the fastest drying times on the market. Has the feel of a cotton tee!