Florida Patriots Flag (1812)
As Spanish power waned Florida, a group of seventy Georgians and nine Floridians crossed the St. Mary's River to Amelia Island on March 13, 1812, to establish the "Territory of East Florida." They read a manifesto and raised a flag with the Latin inscription, "Salus populi lex suprema," meanning "The safety of the people, the supreme law." It depicted a charging soldier in blue on a white field. President James Madison refused to acknowledge their claim, and the movement ultimately failed[1].
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