Flag of Mississippi
Mississippi flag
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Mississippi flag

> 100% Made in USA with American labor and materials
> Scientifically treated to resist UV fading & look beautiful
> Sturdy and shiny brass grommets for flying
> Lock stitched (not chain stitched) to prevent unraveling
> Extra 4 rows of stitching on the fly end for durability


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Mississippi state flag

The Mississippi flag, most recently adopted in 2021, consists of a vertically striped red, blue, and gold background, with a white Magnolia blossom in the center of a circle of white stars. At the top of this circle of stars is a larger, gold star, and at the bottom are the words, “In God We Trust.”

The Mississippi state flag is bordered with gold fringe for indoor and parade purposes, while the outdoor version has no gold fringe.

The flag of Mississippi flies on many occasions such as ceremonies, parades, installations, and more. In addition, the flag is also displayed in the office of the Mississippi Governor.

All of our flags at Star Spangled Flags are 100% made in the USA from start to finish! We use a tough, nylon fabric to hold up outdoors, extra stitching on the fly end of the flag, and a special UV coating to prevent fading from the sun.

Order your own, made in the USA, Mississippi flag today!

Mississippi flags, Made in USA

Mississippi is located in the southern part of the country. It is bordered by Alabama on its east, Tennessee on its north, Louisiana on its south, and Arkansas. The state is nicknamed as “The Magnolia State” due to the number of magnolia flowers a growing on its land. The major industries that have a big impact on Mississippi’s economy are agriculture, textile, electronics, manufacturing and transportation. But the state’s major industry is still farming, particularly in cotton production, corn, rice and soybeans. More Mississippi Flag questions are .

Mississippi Observes the following Holidays
  • New Year’s Day – January 1
  • Martin Luther King Jr.s Birthday/Robert E. Lee’s Birthday – Third Monday January
  • Washington’s Birthday – Third Monday February
  • Confederate Memorial Day – Last Monday April
  • National Memorial Day/Jefferson Davis’ Birthday – Last Monday May
  • Independence Day – July 4th
  • Labor Day – First Monday September
  • Armistice/Veterans Day – November 11
  • Thanksgiving Day – Fourth Thursday November
  • Christmas Day – December 25
Famous Festivals Celebrated in the State of Mississippi
  • Mississippi State Fair – October
    The Mississippi State Fair has been celebrated for more than 150 years. It showcases traditional livestock shows, fairground rides, concerts, food booths, games and other traditional state fair attractions.
  • Neshoba County Fair – August
    This event is also known as Mississippi’s Giant House Party. It was established in 1889 with the aim to nurture knowledge in the areas of agriculture, politics, and social exchanges. The weeklong celebration includes extensive racing program, camping grounds, horse shows and more.
  • Market Street Festival – May
    This two-day festival is one of the top events in the southeast part of the country. It attracts more than 40,000 attendees. The event features arts and crafts, food booths, entertainment, and various activities for the whole family.

If you’re planning to visit this state, better learn some of their crazy laws being implemented in the region to avoid getting in trouble with the law. Crazy Laws in Mississippi:

  • 97-29-11 A person is committing a misdemeanor by being a parent to two illegitimate children and will possibly do jail time for a month.
  • 97-29-47 Profanity or drunkenness in public place: The law states that using “profane language” or being drunk in a public place can result in a fine of a hundred dollars or jail time of not more than thirty days, or possibly both.
  • 97-35-39 Penalty for vagrancy: Mississippi law states that any person convicted of being a vagrant will be jailed for not more than thirty days or shall be required to give bond not less than two hundred and one dollars.

If you have deep Mississippi roots and you’re proud of your state, then show it. Holidays and festivals give the perfect opportunity to show how much you appreciate your state and the country you live in. Fly a flag during these state holidays and festivals to show support and appreciation for your roots. Make it a tradition in your family and pass on the love of country to the younger ones.

Looking for a flag that will do the job? Our All-Weather Flags are proudly, US Made and are made to withstand the humid subtropical climate of Mississippi. Our flags have vibrant colors and are treated to resist chemical deterioration and the harmful rays of the sun. Contact us today!

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Have you seen the Mississippi state flag? It features a colorful design consisting of two vertical and red stripes on the outside, which are bordered by two vertical and gold stripes. In the center of the Mississippi flag is a magnolia over the phrase “In God We Trust” against a blue background. Whether you live in Mississippi or elsewhere, though, there are probably some things you don’t know about it. Here are five fun facts about the flag of Mississippi.

#1) Latest Design Adopted in 2021

The latest design of the Mississippi state flag was adopted in 2021. As a result, it’s considered the newest state flag in the United States. On January 21, 2021, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves signed a law recognizing the aforementioned design as the official Mississippi flag. Because of its young age, the flag of Mississippi isn’t as popular as other state flags. Nonetheless, most government buildings in Mississippi now use it.

#2) Original Design Adopted In 1861

Of course, Mississippi had an official flag prior to the adoption of its latest design. The first design was adopted in 1861. Also known as the Magnolia Flag, it featured a magnolia tree against a white background. In the upper-left corner of the Magnolia Flag was a blue field with a single white star in the center. Just a few years after its adoption, though, state lawmakers declared the Magnolia Flag as null and void, thus prompting the adoption of a new design.

#3) Magnolia Represents Hospitality

You might be wondering why both the latest design and the original design of the Mississippi flag features a magnolia. When speaking about the state’s flag, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History explained that the magnolia is a symbol of Mississippi’s hospitality.

#4) Not the Only Flag With ‘In God We Trust’

The Mississippi state flag isn’t the only state flag with the phrase “In God We Trust.” There are two other state flags with this same phrase: Georgia and Florida. The Georgia state flag and the Florida state flag feature different colors and designs, but they share the same “In God We Trust” motto.

#5) 20 Stars Represents Statehood

When viewing the state banner of Mississippi, you’ll notice a ring of 20 stars around the magnolia. These 20 stars represent Mississippi’s statehood. Mississippi joined the Union in 1817. At the time, it was the 20th state to be added. Therefore, the modern-day Mississippi flag features 20 stars to represent its statehood.

What is the pledge to the Mississippi flag?

The pledge to the flag of Mississippi is: “I salute the flag of Mississippi and the sovereign state for which it stands with pride in her history and achievements and with confidence in her future under the guidance of Almighty God”.

When was the Mississippi flag adopted?

The flag of the state of Mississippi was first adopted by the U.S. State of Mississippi in April 1894, replacing the flag that had been adopted in 1861. The flag was subsequently repealed in 1906 but remained in de facto use. When a referendum failed for a new design in April 2001, the state legislature voted to readopt the historic design that same month. In 2000, the Supreme Court of Mississippi ruled that the state legislature in 1906 had repealed the adoption of the state flag in 1894. What was considered to be the official state flag was only so through custom or tradition during the previous 94 years. The flag was officially readopted on April 17, 2001.

Where can I purchase a Mississippi flag?

For a truly American made Mississippi flag, go to Star Spangled Flags. They build their flags tough and able to withstand sunny weather. They have superior stitching to help with unraveling and fraying improving the lifespan of the flag. They are also a great gift idea as they come in an attractive presentation box which makes them a great gift for friends and family. You can buy it here on their website.

What do the designs on the Mississippi flag represent?

The design on the Mississippi Flag of thirteen five-pointed stars, represent the original thirteen colonies that were united to form the United States of America. The red, white and blue represents the Union as they are the national colors of the United States of America. As of today, the Mississippi state flag is the only remaining U.S. state flag which still depicts the Confederate battle flag’s saltire.

How are you supposed to fly your Mississippi flag with your American flag?

When flying the Mississippi and American flag on the same pole, the flag of the United States must always be at the top and the Mississippi flag should be the same size or smaller. When It is flown on separate poles, the Michigan flag will be to the right of the flag of the United States situating the U.S. flag in the position of honor, which is to the observer’s left of the other flags.


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