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Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch

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SKU:
14155
MPN:
14155
Width:
3.50 (in)
Height:
3.25 (in)
Depth:
0.08 (in)
  • Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch
  • Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch | Center Detail
  • Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch | Upper Left Quadrant
  • Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch | Upper Right Quadrant
  • Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch | Lower Left Quadrant
  • Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death Patch | Lower Right Quadrant
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Description

“Give me liberty, or give me death!” On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered this quote in a speech debating whether to send troops to fight in the Revolutionary War. While addressing the Virginia Convention at St. John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia, he urged the American colonies to rebel against England. This speech has become one of the most important speeches in American history. “Give me liberty or give me death" means that Patrick Henry would rather die than live without liberty. He believed that the liberty Americans held so dear was under threat, and that they must fight for it. It is said that his speech persuaded the men attending the convention to support the war. The rattlesnake represents the Gadsden Flag, which is a flag that includes a rattle snake with the words “€œDon’t Tread On Me”€. The Gadsden Flag was designed by Christopher Gadsden, both a soldier and a statesman. It says to anyone who would tread on the liberties of free people to think twice. This patch represents all free Americans who will take death over losing their liberty.
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Additional Information

Backing:
Iron On
Edging:
Flat Edge
Shape:
Custom
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