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Alaska Flag

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The Alaska state flag Is a dark blue flag with eight gold stars in the shape of the Big Dipper. The North Star is larger than the other stars and is in the upper right corner of the flag.
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Celebrate The Last Frontier with this Alaska State flag. This flag is available with outdoor and indoor options in all Alaskan flag sizes. 

Outdoor Alaska Flag 

These Alaskan flags are manufactured with 100% nylon that is specially treated to be resistant to the sun and rain. Made to fly in even little wind, our outdoor flags are exceptionally durable and are printed with brilliant, fast colors. Use the strong canvas heading to mount your flag on a tangle-free flagpole


  • Made in the USA
  • Original 1926 design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets
Indoor Alaska Flag

Opt for a more distinguished look with our gold fringed indoor Alaskan flag. These flags will look great in any courthouse, police station, or lodge. Pair this flag with one of our indoor flagpoles to give this flag the proper respect it deserves.


  • Made in the USA
  • Original 1926 design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Note: Gold fringe is not designed to withstand inclement weather. Respect the fringe, avoid outdoor use.  

History and Meaning of the Alaska Flag

Alaska held a competition in 1926 to get a distinctive territorial flag. A 13-year-old boy named Benny Benson sent in the winning design. The simple symbols were uncomplicated and struck a chord with Alaskans. The dark blue color represents the dark blue skies of Alaska and the forget-me-not flowers to come during spring. The stars on the flag can be seen easily in the Alaskan skies, and the North Star is there to symbolize Alaska being the northernmost part of the United States of America. 

Benny Benson’s winning design was approved by the Alaskan legislature the year after the contest. This flag remained unchanged when the territory became a state in 1959.


Other Details

Capitol: Juneau
Flag Adopted: July 6, 1927
Entered Union: January 3, 1959
Motto: "North to the Future"
Nickname: The Last Frontier, Land of the Midnight Sun
Known For: Majestic Wilderness, Fishing
State Bird: Willow Ptarmigan
State Flower: Forget-me-not
State Mammal: Moose
Famous Alaskans: Sarah Palin, Valerie Plame, Scott Gomez, Joshua Morrow, Joe Juneau