The Mississippi flag, adopted in 1894, is the only banner of any US state to still depict the Confederate Battle flag. It consists of three horizontal stripes of even length. The colors are blue, white, and red. The battle flag is a square located in the upper left corner.
The state has used two other flags during secession, which where the Bonnie Blue flag and the Magnolia flag. In 2001, a new Mississippi flag was put to a vote, but it lost with 65% of the people voting against its adoption.
Here are some quick facts about the state of Mississippi.
Year of Admission into the Union: 1817
Nickname(s): The Hospitality State, The Magnolia State
Motto(s): By Valor and Arms
Capital City: Jackson
Largest City: Jackson
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