Texian Navy Day, has long been recognized in an ad hoc manner by Texas governors and the Texas legislature. In 1836, the Texian navy helped secure the independence of the REPUBLIC of TEXAS. In 2005, the legislature enacted a law officially establishing the “third Saturday of each September” as “Texian Navy Day”, which “shall be observed with appropriate ceremonies and activities”.
The first “Texian Navy Day” celebration was held at Monument Hill State Park, on September 17, 2005, at La Grange, Texas. And we are proud to have been able to take part in this celebration, and display our Texian Navy Flag.
Please help recognize this date in history and preserve the memory of the seaborne valor of those who helped create the Lone Star State by flying your Texas flag on this day.
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