Vermont Flag
    Vermont Flag
    State flag of Vermont
    Adopted June 1, 1923
    Proportion 3:5
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    Vermont flag

    Vermont flag
    Vermont state flag
    The state flag of Vermont has a deep blue field with the state's coat of arms and motto centered on it. The coat of arms show a pastoral scene on a shield with the Green Mountains in the background, a large pine tree in the foreground, wheat sheaves, and a cow. Pine boughs extend around a shield. The state's name "VERMONT" and the state motto "FREEDOM AND UNITY" are displayed on a crimson banner. At the the top of the shield is a stag's head.

    Vermont flag colors - meaning

    pine tree: represents the verdant forests of Vermont
    cow: represents dairy industry
    three sheaves of wheat: represent Vermont's agriculture
    stag head: symbolizes Vermont's abundant wildlife
    Green Mountains: represent Vermont's beautiful ladnscape
    Vermont Flag - History


    Vermont adopted its first state flag on May 1, 1804. It had 17 white stars in its blue canton and 17 alternating red and white horizontal stripes (red on top and bottom), corresponding to the number of states in the Union at the time of the flag's adoption, with of the state's name "VERMONT" embroidered on the top red stripe.

    The second Vermont state flag was adopted in 1837. It has 13 alternating red and white horizontal stripes (red on top and bottom) resembling the US Flag, with the state's coat of arms on a large white star in a blue canton.




    Current Vermont state flag was adopted on June 1, 1923.

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