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State of Michigan Flag


Michigan’s flag was adopted with a simple phrase, “The State Flag shall be blue charged with the arms of the state.” The state flag — Michigan’s third since becoming a state in 1837 — features the coat of arms showing an eagle holding an olive branch and arrows. An elk and a moose support a shield displaying a man standing on a grassy peninsula. The following mottos appear on the coat of arms: E Pluribus Unum (From Many, One), Tuebor (I Will Defend) and Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice (If you Seek a Pleasant Peninsula, Look About You).
3′ x 5′ Nylon.