The Indiana Historical Bureau (IHB) has had under it’s care a flag carried by Anthony Wayne and given as a gift to a Chief of the Miami Nation known as “The Soldier”. This flag was gifted at the Treaty of Greenville in 1795 so that whenever he would see this flag “he would remember that we [the United States and the Miami] are friends.”The Wayne flag was handed down through descendants and eventually to Kiihsoohkwa who was the granddaughter of two Miami Chiefs, the Soldier and Little Turtle. In 1887, Kiishoohkwa gifted the flag to Dr. Perry G. Moore. Upon his death, Dr. Moore donated the flag to the Indiana Historical Bureau where it is still preserved today.The IHB has some interesting details about the flag including an affidavit to it’s authenticity – but the Myaamia Tribal Website has an article that goes into great detail about it’s provenance.According to the Affidavit by Dr Perry G Moore August 30 1923, “This flag at the present time measures 3 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 10 in. The original size was no doubt 3 ft. 6 in. x 6 ft. It is composed of fifteen stripes, red, white and blue, made of domestic bunting. The white linen field contains in place of stars, the inscription, “A. Wayne, Commander in Chief.”
More information can be found at the Myaamia Tribal site at the attached link.