Prior to the Civil War (–65) militia troops from North Carolina carried blue flags with the state seal. When the first official North Carolina flag was adopted on .
On May 20, , the day that the secession resolution was adopted by the state of North Carolina, an ordinance to adopt a state flag was presented by Colonel.
After secession, Mississippians of the six coastal counties reverted to a flag flown over the short-lived Republic of Florida back in The Republic of Florida.
Numerous locally made flags were likely utilized within the state's borders during the Revolution, but virtually nothing is known of them. North Carolina did not.
The General Assembly of North Carolina adopted an official the flag of North Carolina and pledge to the Old North State love.
ALABAMA STATE FLAG. The crimson and white colors of the Alabama flag were officially adopted in the year by the Alabama legislature. The flag has two.
State Flag. The state flag was adopted on June 5, by an act of the General Assembly. The flag was adopted to be used on all occasions when the state is.
Washington did not actually adopt an official design for its state flag until , more than 30 years after the state was admitted to the union. At the turn of the.
Entered the Union in as the 22nd State; flag adopted in The diagonal cross and the square shape of the flag recall the Battle Flag of.
The New Jersey State flag displays the official State colors. The State seal is presented in Jersey blue on a buff background. The colors were chosen by General.