Flag of Maine
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The flag of Maine shows its seal on a blue background. The seal depicts a moose under a fir tree, with a farmer and a sailor standing next to it. They represent the work that settlers had to do in the past. The fir tree is supposed to reflect shipbuilding. Below the seal, in a blue banner, is the name Maine. Above the two men is a star, this indicated Maine as a former northern state. Directly below the star, in white lettering in a red banner, is the word 'Dirigo' (I lead). Maine's flag was adopted in 1909.
The name Maine was in honor of Henrietta Maria, kings of Charles I of England. It is said that she owned the province of Maine.
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The flag of the state of Maine is a symbol of its history and culture. It was officially recognized as the state flag in 1901 and consists of a blue field with a white star and a red shield with a white spruce tree on it. The star symbolizes the states of the Union, while the shield and the spruce tree refer to Maine's history as a forest state.
The flag of the state of Maine was officially introduced in 1901. It consists of a blue field on which a white shield with the black silhouette of a moss and a yellow sun is depicted. The words "Dirigo" (Latin for "I lead") are below the shield. The flag is a tribute to the first governor of the state of Maine, William King, who used the saying "Dirigo" as his motto.
The flag of the state of Maine in the country of United States of America (USA) is a blue background with a white shield in the center. On the shield is a harpist holding a red ribbon that has a yellow star design. Below it is a yellow lettering that contains the words "Dirigo", which means "I lead". The flag symbolizes the dignity and courage of the state of Maine.