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Thank a service member for their service this Memorial Day Weekend with a Revolutionary coloring page. Download, print, and color a coloring page from the Museum, based on Washington's Standard, with a special message of gratitude for service members.

Washington’s Standard, the blue silk flag that marked General George Washington’s presence on the battlefield during the Revolutionary War, is part of the Museum's collection. The silk and linen flag was conserved with funds provided by the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution and its Color Guard.

Download a PDF version of the Washington Standard coloring page to thank a service member. Instructions for mailing the picture – or other cards and letters – to service members are available here

This coloring page was released as part of Memorial Day Weekend with the Museum, sponsored by Comcast NBCUniversal, which included a video presentation from Associate Curator Matthew Skic about memorialization in the Museum’s galleries, an illustrated blog post exploring the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier at Independence National Historical Park's Washington Square, and a create your own commemorative ribbon craft based on silk ribbons given to Revolutionary War veterans.

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Coloring Book Pages

Color the Museum's collection and more with free coloring book pages to download and print from home.
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At Home Crafts & Activities

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Washington's Headquarters Flag

Believed the be the earliest surviving 13-star American flag, Washington's Standard marked his presence throughout the war.
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