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U.S. state flag consisting of a dark blue field (background) bordered by white and red; in the centre is the white silhouette of a bison (commonly called a buffalo) bearing the state seal. The seal was adopted by the state legislature in 1893.
The Wyoming State Flag, designed by Mrs. A.C. Keyes of Casper (formerly Miss Verna Keays of Buffalo), was adopted by the fourteenth legislature on January 31, 1917. The Great Seal of Wyoming is the heart of the flag.
ARIZONA STATE FLAG The yellow and red alternating stripes represent the original thirteen colonies and the star in the middle of the flag is copper in color to show Arizona’s status as the country’s largest producer of copper even today.
|New Hampshire||Orange, Red and Yellow|
|Vermont||Green and Gold|
|Wyoming||Brown and Yellow|
The flag of the state of Wyoming consists of the silhouette of an American bison. The red symbolizes the Native Americans and the blood of pioneers who gave their lives. The white is a symbol of purity and uprightness. … It is also a symbol of fidelity, justice and virility.
The flag of Hawaii (Hawaiian: Ka Hae Hawaiʻi) has previously been used by the kingdom, protectorate, republic, and territory of Hawaii. It is the only US state flag to include a foreign country’s national flag.
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- Dick Cheney. …
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Cowboy Culture There’s a reason Wyoming is known as the Cowboy State.
As the oft-repeated story goes, because Texas was once an independent nation, it is the only state that can fly its flag at the same height as the U.S. flag.
The California state flag slightly edges Texas for the top spot on our most famous state flags list. The deciding factor is that the state of California is arguably the most famous state in the United States.
The red disk at the hoist end suggests the seed of the buckeye, the official state tree. … Eisenmann associated the triangles of his design with the hills and valleys of Ohio, and the stripes symbolize the state’s waterways and roads. The 17 stars in the flag recall that Ohio was the 17th state to join the Union.
U.S. state flag consisting of a dark blue field (background) with a central coat of arms. The arms feature a sun symbol, two supporters, and the motto “Excelsior” (“Ever upward”) on a ribbon. The scene depicted under the sun in the coat of arms is a view of the Hudson River.
|Use||Civil and state flag|
|Adopted||April 15, 1925|