The Gonzales flag, originally designed in 1835, is making a comeback today. The flags traces it origins to a minor skirmish, the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas revolution. The Mexican government had originally given a small cannon to the colony of Gonzales to protect itself again raids by Comanche Indians six years earlier and during the revolution was attempting to take back the cannon. The people of Gonzales successfully resisted the Mexican troops and created the handmade Gonzales flag to wave during the battle with the Mexicans, sending a message to “Come and Take It”.
The flag is available in 2x3 ft. and 3x5 ft. Nyl-Glo.