New Hampshire Flag
    New Hampshire Flag
    State flag of New Hampshire
    Adopted 1931
    Proportion 2:3
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    New Hampshire flag

    New Hampshire flag
    New Hampshire state flag
    The state flag of New Hampshire consists of the state seal centered on a blue background. The seal depicts the frigate USS Raleigh and is surrounded by a laurel wreath with nine stars. The Raleigh is one of the first 13 warships sponsored by the Continental Congress for a new American navy, built in 1776, at Portsmouth

    New Hampshire flag colors - meaning

    frigate USS Raleigh: represents glorious history of New Hampshire and its ship-building industry
    laurel wreath: symbolizes fame, honor, and victory
    nine stars: represents rank of New Hampshire as the ninth state to join the Union
    water: stands for the harbor of Portsmouth
    granite boulder: represents both New Hampshire's rugged landscape and the sturdy character of its people

    History of New Hampshire flag


    New Hampshire flag
    New Hampshire flag history
    New Hampshire did not officially adopt a state flag until 1909. Prior to that, New Hampshire had numerous regimental flags to represent the state. The flag has only been changed once, in 1931 when the state's seal was modified.

    New Hampshire flag picture

    New Hampshire flag Picture

    New Hampshire flag image

    New Hampshire flag image

    New Hampshire flag photo

    New Hampshire flag image