Flag of Connecticut
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The flag of Connecticut is blue, it reminds the uniform color of the militia of the state. In the center on a coat of arms is the seal of Connecticut. On it there are three grapevines with three red grape bunches each. It is also believed that the three grapevines represent
represent the three colonies of New Haven, Saybrook and Hartford. At the bottom of the banner is written 'Qui Transtulit Sustinet' which means 'He who brought over will receive'. The seal was formerly the Seal of Saybrook Colony and was passed to Conneticut Colony when Colonel George Fenwick brought it from England in 1639.
In 1897, the flag was adopted. Connecticut takes its name from an Indian tribe from whom the word 'Quinnehtukqut' comes, meaning beside the long tidal river.
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The flag of the state of Connecticut in the country of United States of America (USA) is a symbol of the state's history and traditions. It was officially adopted in 1895 and is one of the oldest flags in the USA. The flag consists of a white background and a blue coat of arms, which depicts a floating white turtle with a shield underneath, which includes three swords.
The flag of the state of Connecticut was introduced in 1897. It features a white acorn on a blue background representing the state's colors. The acorn is a reference to the state's heraldic motto, "Heimsucht diese Eichel".
The flag of the state of Connecticut in the country of United States of America (USA) is a white banner with a blue shield in the center. On the blue shield there is a white shield with three red crossed arrows in the center. The upper part of the white shield is surrounded by a red band, which is decorated with a golden band at the bottom. Above it is a red star with five points. Four white stars are arranged in the four corners of the blue shield.