The Betsy Ross flag is excellent for indoor and outdoor use.
This flag was an unofficial banner of the Confederate States of America at the start of the American Civil War in 1861.
The flag was flown from the capital dome of the state of Mississippi, which seceded in January 1861. Harry Macarthy helped popularize the flag as a symbol of the Confederacy by composing the popular song "The Bonnie Blue Flag" early in 1861. Some seceding southern states incorporated the motif of a white star on a blue field into new state flags.
The stars represent the original 13 colonies and was an early version of the modern American flag. Some Betsy Ross flags were depicted as having the stars form a rectangle instead if a circle but that adoption did not last.