Flag of 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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The North Dakota state flag is a symbol of the state's history and patriotism. It was adopted by the state legislature in 1911. The flag consists of a blue background, a white center containing a coat of arms formed of red and blue patches, and light blue lettering that reads "North Dakota".
The North Dakota flag was first adopted by the state legislature on March 11, 1911. It is an image of the state coat of arms and consists of a blue field with a white bar design. In the center is an upright bison protected by a red shield representing a sun and an eagle. The state's slogan, "Liberty and Union Now and Forever, One and Inseparable," is also featured on the flag.
The flag of the state of North Dakota in the country of United States of America consists of a blue field with a white zigzag line in the middle. On the left side of the field is a rising sun and on the right side is a rising moon. The upper part of the field is lined with a green stripe, and the lower part is lined with a red stripe. In addition, there is a white star in the center of the blue field. This represents the 13 original colonies of the USA.