Our members are flag enthusiast and scholars, and here we present links to some of their educationally centered flag related websites for those seeking further flag information.
These non-commercial NAVA member website links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; their content has not been reviewed or endorsed by NAVA. We bear no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of these external sites or for that of subsequent links. Please contact the individual external site for answers to questions regarding their content.
Bear Flag Museum – Provides a wealth of information about the historical development and lore of the State flag of California. It is the project of NAVA member Bill Trinkle.
Dave Martucci’s Flag Pages – Offers a variety of insights and information on American flags – specifically those of New England and Maine.
Flags of the World – FOTW was founded in 1994 and is now the Internet’s largest site devoted to vexillology (the study of flags). Here you can read more than 66,000 pages about flags and view more than 132,000 images of flags of countries, organizations, states, territories, districts and cities, both past and present. This website holds among its research and illustrations the work of many NAVA members, both past and present.
Historical Flags of Our Ancestors – Pete Loeser’s website has grown over time into a wonderful resource for young (and not so young) vexillologists and flag enthusiasts. It includes over 100+ pages and over 3000+ images, with a lot of original content.
The Portland Flag Association – Has one of the most active Flag communities in the country with a strong membership presence of NAVA members.
The Metric Vexillologist – Shows the personal flag of NAVA member Stanley Max and all the flags of the countries where he has visited.
War Flags – NAVA member Tom Gregg shares his passion for military flags through the ages and around the world on his impressive web site.
Members: If you have a personal website that meets this criteria – it must be about flags, non-commercial, add free, and educational in nature – sent me your website link. I will forward any that meets our criteria to the board. The final decision to include it will be made by them.