The Indiana flag is set on a dark blue background. A golden torch is depicted in the middle. It has six rays that extend from it. It symbolizes enlightenment and liberty. It is surrounded by 19 gold stars, which signify the state’s position as the 19th to enter the Union.
The design was created when the Daughters of the American Revolution held a contest that was won by Paul Hadley. The Indiana flag was adopted by the state’s general assembly in 1917. The banner’s ratio is 3:2 or 5:3.
Here are some quick facts about the state of Indiana.
Year of Admission into the Union: 1819
Nickname(s): The Hoosier State
Motto(s): The Crossroads of America
Capital City: Indianapolis
Largest City: Indianapolis
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