Wyoming flag
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Wyoming 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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Wyoming state flag

The Wyoming flag, adopted in 1917, consists of a navy blue field with a thick red stripe at the top and bottom, and two, thinner white stripes in-between. Displayed in the center of the blue field is a silhouette of an American Bison with the State Seal of Wyoming on its back. The blue represents the color of the sky and distant mountains, the red represents the blood of the pioneers and Native Americans, and the white represents purity and uprightness.

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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A landlocked state in the western United States, Wyoming is bordered by Montana to the north and northwest, South Dakota and Nebraska to the east, Colorado to the south, Utah to the southwest, and Idaho to the west.

The name of the state comes from “mecheweamiing” Native American for “at the big plains”. It has three interesting nicknames that are: The Equality State, The Cowboy State, and Big Wyoming. State motto is Equal rights, the Cutthroat Trout is the state fish, Plains Cottonwood being the state tree, Indian Paintbrush is the state flower, the state reptile is the Horned Toad, Jade is the state gem and Western Meadowlark is the state bird. They have 5 national forests, 2 national parks, and 16 state parks. More Wyoming Flag questions are .

Here at Star Spangled Flags we only use top quality materials in the flags that we make to ensure they last long and that flying them would show one’s patriotism and the huge love for this great nation we call home.
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Each U.S. state has an official flag — and Wyoming is no exception. The Wyoming state flag, in fact, has been around for over a century. Since then, the design has only been changed a single time. Whether you live in Wyoming or elsewhere, you may have encountered the Wyoming state flag. Countless homeowners and businesses owners display the Wyoming state flag, either by itself or in conjunction with the American flag. To learn more about the history of the Wyoming state flag, keep reading.

What Is the Wyoming State Flag?

The Wyoming state flag features a simple design consisting of the state’s official seal in the center of a buffalo. Surrounding the buffalo is a blue background, which features a white inner border and a red outer border.

What Does the Wyoming State Flag Symbolize?

Each element of the Wyoming state flag is a specific meaning. The red outer, for instance, symbolizes the Native Americans and the blood of early settlers who gave their lives. The white inner border, on the other hand, symbolizes purity. The buffalo, of course, is Wyoming’s official state mammal. Therefore, it’s included in the Wyoming state flag. The Wyoming state flag features a buffalo with the state’s official seal against a blue background with a white inner border and a red outer border.

Origins of the Wyoming State Flag

The Wyoming state flag has origins dating back to 1916. During this year, the Wyoming Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held a contest in which they asked the public for flag designs. To entice the public to participate, the DAR offered a $20 prize reward to the winner. After receiving 37 designs, they eventually selected a recent art institution graduate named Verna Keays as the winner. Keays’ design was signed into law just one year, thus becoming the official Wyoming state flag.

In Keays’ design, the buffalo faced away from the pole or hoist. Lawmakers concluded that it would be more appropriate to have the buffalo face in the opposite direction. By having the buffalo face towards the pole or hoist, they believed the Wyoming state flag would have a more balanced design. Therefore, they revised the design soon after to feature this alternative position for the buffalo. All other elements of the Wyoming state flag remained. The only difference is that this new design has the buffalo facing in the opposite direction to achieve a more balanced design.

What are the designs on the Wyoming flag and what do they represent?

The flag of the state of Wyoming consists of a dark blue field bordered by white and red. In the center of the flag is an American Bison (buffalo) which bears the state seal. The red symbolizes the Native Americans and the blood of pioneers who gave their lives reclaiming the soil. The white is a symbol of purity and uprightness. The blue is the color of the vast sky and majestic mountains and symbolizes fidelity, justice and virility. The bison represents the local animal group while the seal on it stands for the custom of branding livestock. In the center of the seal is a Greek goddess holding a staff which has a banner containing Wyoming’s motto, “Equal Rights”, which symbolizes the political status women have always enjoyed in Wyoming. The two male figures typify the livestock and mining industries of the state. A bald eagle over a shield and a five-pointed star bearing the number 44 signifies Wyoming as part of the Union, as it was the 44th state admitted to the Union. On top of the pillars are lamps from which burn the Light of Knowledge. Scrolls encircling the two pillars bear the words, Oil, Mines, Livestock, and Grain, which are the four major industries in Wyoming. The two dates, 1869 and 1890 commemorates the organization of the Territorial government and Wyoming’s admission to the Union.

Who designed the Wyoming flag and when was it adopted?

Miss Verna Keays of the Wyoming Daughters of the American Revolution was the designer of the Wyoming Flag. It was officially adopted in January 1917 by Governor Robert D. Carey when he signed the state flag bill into law.

How are you supposed to fly the Wyoming flag and the American flag together?

When flying the Wyoming and American flag on the same pole, the flag of the United States must always be at the top and the Wyoming flag should be the same size or smaller. When It is flown on separate poles, the Wyoming 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.

Where can I purchase a Wyoming state flag?

To buy a 100% made in the USA Wyoming flag, order today from Star Spangled Flags. You can find them by clicking here. They treat their flags to protect them from sun damage and use a very strong nylon fabric with strong stitching to keep them durable and prevent unraveling and fraying. They also have free shipping in the USA.


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