Colonial National Historical Park Hiking Medallion



In 1607, Jamestown settlers planted the cross of St. George, and the English colonial period in America began. When the Continental Army planted the Stars and Stripes at Yorktown 174 years later, they symbolically marked the end of that period. Today, these flags, joined by a ribbon representing the Colonial Parkway, serve as a reminder of the roots of America that were planted at Jamestown and Yorktown, and are preserved at Colonial National Historical Park.

This medallion may gently be shaped to fit on hiking staffs, paddles, etc. Pre-drilling holes for the included nails is recommended to affix your medallion. They may also be flattened and glued to RV’s and other flat surfaces. 

This enameled medallion measures 1 ¾” x 1” and comes with 3 nails.

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Weight 0.02 lbs