Flag of Oklahoma
Oklahoma flag
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Oklahoma 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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Oklahoma state flag

The Oklahoma flag, adopted in 1911, consists of a Choctaw sky blue field with an Osage buffalo-skin shield in the center and 7 white feathers hanging from it. The shield is decorated with 6 red crosses. Over the shield is displayed a calumet, or peace pipe, and an olive branch. 

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.

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Oklahoma flag, Made in USA

Oklahoma originated from the Choctaw words “okla” – people and “humma” – red. It’s located in the South Central region of the country and is nicknamed as The Sooner State. It’s bordered by Kansas and Colorado on its north, Texas on its south, Arkansas and Missouri on its east, and New Mexico its west.

Oklahoma is known for many interesting things. It has the largest population of Native Americans than any other state in the US with 234 Indian Tribes. The first shopping cart was invented in Ardmore city. The country’s first parking meter was set up in here in the Buckeye state. Also the first Girl Scout Cookie was sold in Muskogee County in 1917.

Oklahoma is a top manufacturer of tires in North America. The industry is worth $4.3 Billion and has 3.6% economic impact on the state. Other major industries include oil and gas equipment, meat processing, air conditioner manufacturing, and other biotechnology industry. More Oklahoma Flag questions are .

But even with its flourishing economy and rich history, Oklahoma is not spared from having some crazy laws. Some that still exists include:

  • Promoting a horse tipping event is illegal.
  • Females are not allowed to do their own hair if they’re not licensed by the state.
  • It is illegal to spit on a sidewalk.
  • Reading a comic book while riding or operating a motor vehicle is illegal.
  • Wearing your boots to bed is illegal.

Oklahoma’s celebrations are bright and colorful just like its rich culture. It entices a lot of visitors from all over. Here are some of the state’s famous events.

  • Festival of the Arts
    This festival has more than 750,000 fans annually. It features the finest artists in country and various international cuisine; German, Asian, Mexican, Indian, and of course popular foods from our own backyard. There’s live entertainment and fun activities for the whole family.
  • Tulsa International Mayfest
    It’s one of the best events in the state when it comes to entertainment. It features various art works and performances, dances, and music. More than 350,000 attend this event.
  • Oklahoma State Fair
    A popular event in Oklahoma that features concerts, Disney on Ice displays, rodeo events, livestock entertainment, bull riding, and performances from crowned Oklahoma State Fair and Miss Oklahoma Outstanding Teen.
  • Azalea Festival
    This celebration has more than 300,000 fans and features a chili cook-off, BBQ contest, and other activities which involves the pond, swimming pool, hiking trails and waterfall.
  • Festival of Light
    Thousands of volunteers join together to assemble a spectacle in Sannon Springs Park with more than 3 million lights. It also features 100 lakeside displays, a huge Christmas Tree, the Crystal Bridge, concessions, and Santa.

Are you a proud Oakie? Want to show true Oklahoman pride? Display or fly a flag in your home during state and national holidays. It’s one of the best ways to how support and appreciation for your state and country. So what are you waiting for?

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5 Facts About the Flag of Oklahoma

Have you seen the flag of Oklahoma? It features an Osage buffalo shield affixed with a set of eagle feathers on the bottom. Running diagonally across the buffalo shield is a traditional ceremonial peace pipe and an olive branch. This design has become synonymous with the Sooner State. While you might be familiar with the Oklahoma flag’s design, though, there are probably some things you don’t know about it.

#1) First design adopted over a century

Like many other states, Oklahoma has changed the design of its official flag over the years. It hasn’t always consisted of the aforementioned buffalo shield with a peace pipe and olive branch. Rather, the first design consisted of a blue-bordered white star with the number 46 in the center. Oklahoma adopted this design in 1911. The number 46, of course, is relevant to Oklahoma because it was the 46th state to be added to the United States.

#2) New design adopted in 1925

While Oklahoma’s first flag design was adopted in 1911, it didn’t last very long. Just a little over a decade later in 1925, lawmakers adopted a new design. The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held a contest seeking a replacement design. Oklahoma native Louise Fluke won the design. Fluke’s design consisted of the aforementioned buffalo skin with a peace pipe and olive branch.

#3) The blue background symbolizes the Choctaw flag and loyalty

There’s a reason why the Oklahoma flag features a blue background; there are actually two reasons, in fact. It symbolizes the Choctaw flag, which also has a blue background. And it symbolizes loyalty. The original design adopted in 1911 featured a red background, but ever since the new design was adopted in 1925, the Oklahoma flag has featured a blue background.

#4) Oklahoma was added in 1941

In addition to the buffalo shield with a peace pipe and olive branch, the current version of the Oklahoma flag depicts the state’s name at the bottom. Directly below the buffalo shield is “OKLAHOMA” in all capital letters. The state’s name was added to the flag in 1941.

#5) Specifications formalized in 2006

Specifications for the Oklahoma flag’s design were formalized in 2006. The design itself didn’t necessarily change. Prior to 2006, though, there were many unofficial versions of the flag floating around, and some of these versions had different design elements than others. This prompted Governor Brad Henry to sign a bill formalizing the flag’s specifications.