Flag of Michigan

Flag Michigan, Banner Michigan
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Background knowledge

The Michigan flag has a dark blue background with the state's seal on it. On the seal is a bald eagle, which comes from the seal of the United States. A wapiti and an elk hold the coat of arms, which features a man with a rifle and a raised hand. The rifle represents the determination to defend oneself and the raised hand represents the will for peace. The man is standing on a peninsula with the sun rising. On the seal there are still three written banners. One is in red directly above the eagle, on which is written 'E Pluribus Unum' (Out of many one). In the coat of arms it says 'Tuebor', which translates as 'I will defend'. On the white banner just below the coat of arms it says 'Si Queris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice'. The translation is 'If you are looking for a friendly peninsula, look around!'.

In 1913 the flag was introduced. The name is derived from an Indian word 'Michi-gama' (big pond).

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Michigan

This is what an AI says about the Michigan flag
The Michigan state flag in the country of United States of America (USA) is one of the official flags of the state. It was recognized as the official flag of the state of Michigan in 1911. The flag features Michigan's state arms on a blue field surrounded by a light blue stripe. The stripe symbolizes the Great Lakes and the four flag colors represent the state's natural resources. The flag is commonly flown on public buildings, schools and other public places.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Michigan flag
The Michigan flag was officially adopted in 1901 and is one of the oldest flags in the USA. It features the Michigan coat of arms on a dark blue background. The coat of arms consists of a white shield with a blue eagle bearing a red sun and a white crescent moon. Below the shield is white lettering that reads "Do Right and Shun No One." This phrase comes from old English jurisprudence and is a reminder of the laws that apply in Michigan.
This is how an AI describes the Michigan flag
The flag of the state of Michigan in the country of United States of America (USA) is a blue banner bearing the coat of arms of the state. It consists of a white shield with a blue bull's head and a white eagle above it. The shield is surrounded by a dark blue band containing a sun and three white stars. The flag is a symbol of Michigan history, culture and identity. It is a symbol of solidarity and patriotism for the citizens of the state.

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