Flag of Wisconsin
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The Wisconsin flag has a dark blue background with the state seal placed in the center. On the seal, surrounded by a white circle, you can see the Union flag. The shield is divided into four small parts showing a plow, a hoe and shovel, an anchor, and an arm with a hammer. The seal is held by a sailor on the left and a miner on the right. The two stand as a symbol of work on land and at sea. In a white banner above the two, 'forward' is written for forward or ahead. At the top of the flag in large white letters is 'WISCONSIN' and below the seal is the year 1848.
1848 is the year Wisconsin joined the United States, it is also the year the flag was adopted. Wisconsin takes its name from the Wisconsin River of the same name. Wisconsin means 'grassy place' and is a Chippewa Indian word.
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The Wisconsin state flag in the country of United States of America (USA) represents the state and its history. It was officially recognized as the state flag in 1901 and contains a blue coat of arms symbolizing state sovereignty. The flag also contains a yellow ribbon, symbolizing American freedom and democracy, and a white shield, representing the history of the state of Wisconsin.
The flag of the state of Wisconsin in the country of United States of America (USA) was first used in 1863. It consists of a blue background with a white shield containing the initials "W" and "I", which stand for Wisconsin. On the shield there is a white beaver, symbolizing the resources of the state.
The flag of the state of Wisconsin in the country of United States of America consists of a dark blue background with a diagonal stripe in the middle. The oblique stripe is divided in a light blue and a red and contains a white coat of arms in the center. The coat of arms consists of an eagle holding a shield on which are written the words "E Pluribus Unum". Below that is a ribbon with the words "Wisconsin" in white lettering.