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New England Vexillological Association (NEVA)
c/o Carl Gurtman
228 Brave Boat Harbor Rd.
YORK ME 03909-5029
President/Other: Carl S. Gurtman, president
Secretary: David B. Martucci, secretary/treasurer
Telephone: +1 (207) 363-4920 (Carl S. Gurtman)
Fax: +1 (207) 845-2857 (David B. Martucci; manual)
e-mail: David Martucci
Home Page: http://www.midcoast.com/~martucci/neva
Established: 1991 Apr 21
FIAV Member Since: 1999 Jul 29
Membership Status: full
Territory: United States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont
The New England Vexillological Association (NEVA) is proud to announce the establishment of our World Wide Web site!
This page contains basic information about NEVA and contains links to my Vexillology page, which features information on the flags of Maine as well as my personal flag and links to other pages of Vexillological and Heraldic interest. In addition, there is now a link to the Online Edition of the New England Journal of Vexillology (NEJV)!
The Online Journal features the current and past articles from the print version of the publication. Presently, in addition to a letter from our President, minutes of the most recent NEVA meeting, and notice of the next meeting, there are articles on the flags of Macedonia, the Huguenot Society of Maine, Milford New Hampshire, Washington Maine, the proposed flag of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire State Tartan and more! Much more will be added over the coming months, so keep checking the NEVA and NEJV pages!
David Martucci, Secretary/Treasurer, NEVA
240 Calderwood Rd
Washington ME 04574-3440
David Martucci 15 January 1996
The New England Vexillological Association Flag is the traditional flag of England (white bearing a red St. George's cross), the namesake of the New England region of the United States, today defined as being the six states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
In the center is a white diamond edged in blue and again in white, emblazoned with a green pine tree. The pine tree is the traditional synmbol of New England, while the blue fimbriation represents two "V's", one inverted over the other, representing Vexillology. The red-white-blue colors recall the colors of the United States Flag and the red-white-green colors recall the colors of the traditional New England Flag.
David Martucci, 03 October, 1999
New England Journal of Vexillology (English; biannual; since 1995)