Colonial Williamsburg Grand Union Flag Baseball Cap
Protect your face from the hot summer sun with this Colonial Williamsburg Grand Union Baseball Cap. This hat features a vintage looking patch with the Grand Union Flag. Made of cotton twill with a classic fit, its unstructured shape and full-curve visor will give you that "broken in" feel upon your first wear. This hat is a one-size-fits-all due to its adjustable snap-back closure. Makes a great gift of any fan of Colonial Williamsburg!
- Adjustable snap-back closure
- One size fits all
- Unstructured shape with full curve visor
- Made of comfortable cotton twill
- Full crown topstitching
- Colonial Williamsburg Exclusive
- Made in China
The Continental Union flag, popularly known as the "Grand Union" today was raised over the flagship of the Continental Navy on December 3, 1775 by John Paul Jones and over General George Washington’s encampment in Massachusetts on January 1, 1776. This same flag is used daily to indicate open exhibit sites at Colonial Williamsburg. While the Continental Union is often thought of as the first American flag, it was never officially adopted by the Continental Congress.