“Join, or Die,” by Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, PA),   May 9, 1754. Courtesy, Library of Congress    This famous “Join or Die” snake, believed to have been created by Benjamin Franklin, has long enjoyed the distinction of being the first political cartoon published in an American newspaper.

“Join, or Die,” by Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, PA), May 9, 1754. Courtesy, Library of Congress This famous “Join or Die” snake, believed to have been created by Benjamin Franklin, has long enjoyed the distinction of being the first political cartoon published in an American newspaper.

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Join or Die 3x5 Flag Benjamin Franklin Snake 3 x 5 NEW Outdoor, Home, Garden, Supply, Maintenance. Join or Die Flag - Snake - 3 x 5 ft Benjamin Franklin. 3 foot by 5 foot - cloth poster is made of duriable polyester.

Join or Die 3x5 Flag Benjamin Franklin Snake 3 x 5 NEW Outdoor, Home, Garden, Supply, Maintenance. Join or Die Flag - Snake - 3 x 5 ft Benjamin Franklin. 3 foot by 5 foot - cloth poster is made of duriable polyester.

Join, or Die by Benjamin Franklin was recycled to encourage the former colonies to unite against British rule

Join, or Die by Benjamin Franklin was recycled to encourage the former colonies to unite against British rule

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"Join, or Die" created by Benjamin Franklin on May 9, 1754. Showing a snake severed into eighths, with each segment with the initials of American colony. New England was represented as 1 segment, rather than the four colonies. In addition, DE and GA were omitted completely. Thus, it has 8 segments of snake rather than the traditional 13 colonies.

"Join, or Die" created by Benjamin Franklin on May 9, 1754. Showing a snake severed into eighths, with each segment with the initials of American colony. New England was represented as 1 segment, rather than the four colonies. In addition, DE and GA were omitted completely. Thus, it has 8 segments of snake rather than the traditional 13 colonies.

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Join Or Die Snake Revolutionary War 1776 Gadsen Flag Us History Canvas Print New #Realism

Join Or Die Snake Revolutionary War 1776 Gadsen Flag Us History Canvas Print New #Realism

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join or die | join or die flag variant based on original cartoon the join or die

join or die | join or die flag variant based on original cartoon the join or die

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