Stickers and Magnets California
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The California flag is made of a white background with a red band at the bottom, with a grizzly bear in the center representing the force, which turns towards a red five-pointed star in the upper left. The flag appeared for the first time on June 14, 1846 as the flag of the Republic of California during the Bear Flag Revolt, while the modern version was instead adopted in 1911. When the war between the United States and Mexico began in 1846, the Major of the US Army John C. Frémont, who arrived in California on a mission to find an outlet to the Pacific (his official mission was to find the source of the Arkansas River), encouraged a rebellion against the Mexican settlements in the area. As a result, 33 settlers from Sonoma rose up and raised a home-made flag, represented by a bear and a star, to symbolize their seizure of power. The words "California Republic" appeared on the flag even if they were never used by the rebels, who baptized their uprising as the Flag Uprising with the bear "Bear Flag Revolt." John Sutter joined the rebels by opening the doors to Fort Sutter. That same day the rebels captured the Northern California Commander of California, General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, Vallejo was sent to Sutter's Fort, where he was held prisoner until August 1, 1846. The first and only president of this republic was William B. Ide, the whose term lasted twenty-five days. On June 23, 1846, Frémont arrived with sixty soldiers and took command in the name of the United States of America. The Bear Flag was replaced by the flag of the United States. The republic vanished and Ide enlisted in the American army.
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