Flag of North Dakota (North Dakota)

Flag North Dakota (North Dakota), Banner North Dakota (North Dakota)
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North Dakota (North Dakota)

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The North Dakota flag has a dark blue background with an eagle in the center. On the eagle's chest is a shield with 13 red stripes representing the 13 first U.S. states, just like the 13 stars above the eagle. In its talons it holds a branch and a bundle of arrows. The eagle has a red ribbon in his beak that says 'E Pluribus Unum' (out of many one). Below him in a red banner is the inscription 'North Dakota'.
On March 3, 1911, the flag was adopted by a legislative assembly. The name Dakota was derived from the Sioux Indian tribe and means 'friend'.

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