Flag of Arkansas
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The flag of Arkansas is red on it is in the middle of a white diamond outlined in blue. In the blue border are a total of 25 white stars. They stand for the fact that Arkansas joined the USA as the 25th state. In the rhombus are four more blue stars, the three stars that can be seen below the lettering stand for the early colonial powers. The star that can be seen above the lettering represents the Confederate States of America.
The flag was adopted on April 10, 1924. The name comes from a tribe called Arkansas which also means south wind.
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The flag of the state of Arkansas in the country United States of America (USA) was introduced in 1913. It consists of three equal horizontal stripes in the colors red, white and blue. The top and bottom stripes are red, and the middle stripe is white. In the center of the flag is the coat of arms of the state of Arkansas. It is arranged in a white circle surrounded by 25 white stars.
The Arkansas state flag in the country of United States of America was adopted on May 14, 1913 by a conference of the Daughters of the American Revolution. It is a white stars and stripes flag with three red stars representing the three states of the state of Arkansas. The flag is a combination of the flags of Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi, all three of which were once part of the state of Arkansas.
The flag of the state of Arkansas in the country of United States of America (USA) is a white square with a large red cross in the center. On the cross is a blue star symbolizing the 25 states of the USA. The star is surrounded by four small white stars representing the four states of Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee. At the bottom of the flag is a white stripe that pays homage to the French flag that once ruled the territory.