The NFRW Americanism Committee welcomes you. As Republican activists, Federation members and friends have an opportunity to inspire others to become passionate, patriotic Americans and to instill a renewed spirit of patriotism in the souls of others.

Our primary goal is to foster respect for the Flag of the United States of America. With participation by clubs and Federation members, we can reach this goal.

It is important to be consistent in setting an example for others, especially in the area of flag protocol. For that reason, the NFRW Americanism Committee is dedicated to following the guidelines set forth in "Our Flag," a publication printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C. A direct link to the electronic version is provided below.

To foster an allegiance to the United States and its customs and institutions, the NFRW Americanism Committee strives to be a resource for projects and research for our Federation members. We are proud to provide you with helpful guides, information, and resource links to assist you in preparing Americanism programs for your club and your community. It is Republican women who are most passionate about our patriotism, love of country and flag.


"Our Flag" [direct link]
   Facts and information about the American Flag
   Published by the Joint Committee on Printing, U.S. Congress

"Our Flag" [PDF, 56 pages]
   Facts and information about the American Flag
   Published by the Joint Committee on Printing, U.S. Congress

Project Ideas for States and Local Clubs [PDF, 4 pages]

Declaration of Independence
   Includes historical records on this document; excellent research info

U.S. Constitution
   Includes historical records on this document; excellent research info

Bill of Rights
   Includes historical records on this document; excellent research info

Patriotic Music with Lyrics
   Words and audio for 38 songs

Patriotic Song Lyrics without Music
   Words for 9 popular songs; helpful when producing a songbook
   Contains other patriotic information

 Red Skelton “Pledge of Allegiance,” 1969
   An explanation of the meaning of the words; words and audio

 Important Historical and Patriotic Dates [PDF, 13 pages]
   Information taken from "2005 Republican Freedom Calendar"

Constitutional Tree © [PDF, 2 pages]
   By Oklahoma Rep. Gary Banz (used with permission of author)
   Graphic historical depiction of the U. S. Constitution

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America [PDF, 1 page]
   Script; use as a handout

U.S. Constitution - Public Library Resources [PDF, 1 page]

U.S. Constitution - Young Reader Book Resources [PDF, 1 page]

American History Plays/Scripts for Children [PDF, 1 page]

American Women

Amazing Women in War and Peace

Heroic Women in History

Women of the American Revolution
   Great historical information about the lives and times of more than 100 women
   Stories and biographies

Women and the GOP - Resource Center
   Features 11 topics from NFRW web site

Women and the GOP - A History of Leadership
   A look at Republican women over a 150-year period
   From NFRW web site


  Ford's Theatre

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The History of "Taps"

Betsy Ross

Quotes from Our Founding Fathers

Interesting Facts

  Despite some confusion and disagreement on the matter, stars on the U.S. Flag should never be inverted. On August 21, 1959, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed Executive Order No. 10834 which details the proper design of the U.S. Flag. Part I, Section 2, of the Executive Order states, "The positions of the stars in the union of the flag and in the union jack shall be as indicated on the attachment to this order, which is hereby made a part of this order." The attachment clearly shows the stars standing on two points. View the Executive Order and the accompanying attachment.

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