Flag of Massachusetts
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Massachusetts flag has a white background, which comes from the military flag. On it is depicted Massachusetts seal, which shows an Indian from the Massachuset tribe. He holds a bow in one hand and an arrow pointing down in the other, representing the will for peace. In the corner to the left above him is a silver five-pointed star representing Massachusetts as the 13 founding state. Below him in gold lettering, in a blue banner in Latin is the motto: 'Ense petit placidam sub libertate quiezem.', (With his sword he seeks quiet peace under the protection of freedom). Directly above the Indian, an arm with a sword is depicted to once again represent the first part of the motto.
The flag was adopted on March 6, 1915. Massachusetts takes its name from the Massachusett tribe of Indians.
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The flag of the state of Massachusetts in the country of United States of America (USA) is one of the oldest official flags in the USA. It was introduced already in 1776 as one of the first flags of the new country. It is a symbol of freedom and independence of the USA. It also represents the courage and strength of the state of Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts state flag is one of the oldest flags in the United States. It was adopted in 1776 as part of the state's first official flag design. The flag consists of a white background with a red cross and a blue shield in the center with a white five-pointed star. The star symbolizes the five founding colonies of the state.
The flag of the state of Massachusetts in the country of United States of America (USA) is a white sailboat on a blue background. It is covered with a red shield containing a white star banner with a white cross. The boat is surrounded by a white ribbon containing a writing: "Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem" (Latin: "Under liberty, rest in peace"). The lettering is an allusion to the history of the state of Massachusetts.