The Kansas flag consists of a dark blue background with the state’s seal located in the center. A sunflower rests above the seal. The word Kansas, which was added in 1961, rests below the seal.
The Kansas flag was adopted officially in 1927, but was designed in 1925. It was first flown at Fort Riley.
The state seal in the center of the banner depicts many things. Some of these include, a steamboat, a river, a rising sun, wagons, and Indians hunting buffalo. The Kansas flag was first flown for the state’s National Guard.
Here are some quick facts about the state of Kansas.
Year of Admission into the Union: 1861
Nickname(s): The Sunflower State
Motto(s): Ad astra per aspera
Capital City: Topeka
Largest City: Wichita
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