Montana Flag
    Montana Flag
    State flag of Montana
    Adopted July 1, 1981
    Proportion 2:3
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    Montana flag

    Montana flag
    Montana state flag
    The state flag of Montana has the image of the Montanan state seal centered on a blue field with the word "MONTANA" in golden yellow above the seal. The seal includes the Rocky Mountains, a plow, shovel, forests, plow, crossed pick and shovel in front of the Great Falls on the Missouri River. The ribbon contains the state motto, "Oro y plata" (Spanish phrase meaning "Gold and silver"). The current flag was adopted in 1905, and the word "Montana" above the seal was added in 1981

    Montana flag colors - meaning

    Rocky Mountains: symbolizes beautiful mountainous topography of Montana from which the state got its name
    Raising sun: symbolizes bright future ahead for Montana
    Great Falls on the Missouri River: symbolizes vast stretches of natural beauty and Montana's natural wealth
    plow: represents agriculture
    crossed pick and shovel: represents mining industry

    History of Montana flag


    Montana flag
    Montana flag history
    The current flag was adopted in 1905, and the word "Montana" above the seal was added in 1981. In 1985, the flag was again modified to specify the font used in "Montana:" Helvetica Bold. Before it was adopted as a state flag, it was used by Montana troops deploying for the Spanish/American War.

    Montana flag picture

    Montana flag Picture

    Montana flag image

    Montana flag image

    Montana flag photo

    Montana flag image