The Vermont flag was adopted on June 2nd, 1923. It is set on a blue background and the coat of arms of the state is featured in the middle of the banner. The pine tree is heavily featured in the symbol, due to the many pines that grow in the state. It also contains pictures of wheat, represents farming, and of cows, representing the dairy industry.
The Vermont flag was went through various changes during its history. Some versions looked very similar to the flag of the United States. The very first version was the Green Mountain Boys flag.
Here are some quick facts about the state of Vermont.
Year of Admission into the Union: 1788
Nickname(s): The Green Mountain State
Motto(s): Freedom and Unity
Capital City: Montpelier
Largest City: Burlington
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