Nebraska state flag
The Nebraska flag, adopted in 1925, consists of a blue field with the State Seal of Nebraska displayed in the center in gold.
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Nebraska flag, Made in USA
Known as “The Cornhusker State,” Nebraska is not just famous for corn fields and cowboys. It has much to offer and boasts of numerous water parks, carhenge, the Ponca State park, Chimney Rock, Runzas (Sandwich made with beef, onion, cabbage and more) Kool-Aid, hamburger pizza and sandhill cranes.
The state is located in the Midwestern region of the country and bordered by Wyoming to its west, Colorado to its southwest, Kansas to its south, Missouri to its southeast and Iowa to its east. Nebraska showcases its Pony Express history and rich culture when it comes to the celebration of its festivals.
- Crane Watch Festival – March
More than 80% of the population of sandhill cranes flies in for the winter. These cranes come from far away places such as Siberia, Alaska, and Canada. They stop over at Platte to gain weight before continuing their journey. This made Kearney the Sandhill Crane Capital of the World.
- Nebraskaland – June
This 12-day celebration attracts more than 100,000 fans to North Platte. The event features sports contests, food events, parades, concerts, boxing, micro brew festival, art shows, rodeos and kiddie activities.
- Husker Harvest Days – September
Husker Harvest 3-day festival is one of the country’s most popular working farm exhibits with field demonstrations, farm shows, seminars, and crafts. It features 500 exhibitors on 80 acres of field. Visitors enjoy a wide range of products and services from Nebraska.
- Nebraska’s Big Rodeo – July
The event was established for 86 years and showcases rodeo events, clown acts, chariot races, chuck wagon races, junior steer riding, bull riding, a dinner bell derby, wild horse races and more.
- Arbor Day Celebration – April
This celebration of tree planters was founded in 1872. The celebration encourages tree care and tree planting. It also features kiddie activities, entertainment, a parade and a 5K trail run.
If you’re a proud Nebraskan and you love your state, then it’s time to share how much you care. Fly a flag to show respect and appreciation to your state and country. Every state celebration is an opportunity to show appreciation for your country. More Nebraska Flag questions are .
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- When was the state of Nebraska flag adopted and who designed it?
- What is the design on the Nebraska state flag and what does it represent?
- Where could I purchase a Nebraska state flag?
- How am I supposed to fly my Nebraska and American flag together?
When was the state of Nebraska flag adopted and who designed it?
The state flag of Nebraska was actually designated a state banner by legislative action in 1925. The official designation of the design as the state flag occurred in 1963. The design on Nebraska’s state flag is the state Seal of Nebraska which was adopted in 1867 the same year of statehood. The Seal was designed by Isaac Willes, an early Cass County settler who also specified the state’s motto: “Equality Before the Law”.
What is the design on the Nebraska state flag and what does it represent?
The design on the state flag of Nebraska is the gold and silver State Seal of Nebraska on a field of national blue. On the center foreground of the Seal is a blacksmith working with his hammer and anvil. Behind and to the left is a settler’s cabin, sheaves of wheat and stalks of growing corn. In the background a train is shown heading toward the Rocky Mountains, which are in view in the west. Above the Rocky Mountains, on a banner, is the state motto: “EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW”. On the right of the seal is a steamboat ascending the Missouri River. The outer circle of the Seal are the words: “GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF NEBRASKA MARCH 1ST 1867”. The blacksmith represents the mechanic arts of Nebraska, and the cabin, wheat and corn symbolize Nebraska’s agriculture and the importance of settlers. The Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains represent the beautiful national wealth of the state. The steamboat and train symbolize the state’s widely used means of transportation. The motto “Equality Before the Law” originally referred to the right of each settler to public land; at the time of the seal’s adoption, the motto was also viewed as a reference to the abolition of slavery. The date “March 1st, 1867 is the date Nebraska joined the Union.
Where could I purchase a Nebraska state flag?
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How am I supposed to fly my Nebraska and American flag together?
When flying the Nebraska and American flag on the same pole, the flag of the United States must always be at the top and the Nebraska flag should be the same size or smaller. When It is flown on separate poles, the Nebraska 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.