Flag of Mississippi

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Background knowledge

Mississippi flag consists of two composite parts of two flags. It is joined from the former Confederate battle flag, however the upper red stripe on the flag was changed to blue. The other part is from the flag of the Former West Florida, where Mississippi was part of the territory from 1803 to 1817. The 13 stars are meant to represent the 13 founding states.

Mississippi's flag was adopted on February 7, 1894. Mississippi translates to 'father of water' and comes from an Indian tribe. It got its name from the Mississippi River, whose name was used for the territory by Robert Cavelier Sieur de La Salle in 1695.

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Mississippi

This is what an AI says about the Mississippi flag
The flag of the state of Mississippi in the country of United States of America was adopted in 1894. It is one of the three U.S. state flags that contain the Confederate coat of arms of the Southern states. The flag is a symbol of Mississippi's history and its past as part of the Confederate States. It is a symbol of unity and solidarity and commemorates the struggles the state endured during the American Civil War.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Mississippi flag
The Mississippi state flag was adopted in 1894 and is the third official flag of the state. It is a combination of the Confederate flag and the United States flag. The flag consists of three stripes, a blue stripe at the top, a white stripe in the middle, and a red stripe at the bottom. The blue stripe contains the coat of arms of the state of Mississippi, which shows a red cross on a white background. The white stripe contains 20 stars representing the 20 first states of the United States. The red stripe symbolizes the brave soldiers who fought in the American Civil War.
This is how an AI describes the Mississippi flag
The flag of the state of Mississippi in the country of United States of America is a rectangular banner in red, white and blue. On the white field is a blue cross with a red star in each corner. In the center of the cross is a gold coat of arms depicting the sun setting over the Mississippi River. The top stripe of the flag is red, the middle stripe is white and the bottom stripe is blue.

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