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Kansas Flag

$39.50
SKU:
20197
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Origin:
United States

Show your pride in the Sunflower State by flying this Kansas State flag. Our state flags are available in all standard sizes and can come with a strong canvas heading or a pole sleeve and gold fringe.

Kansas Flag Outdoor Option

This option is perfect if you need a flag that can withstand the outdoor elements. Our outdoor flags are made with quick-drying nylon that is fade and mildew resistant.

Highlights:

  • American made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Note: Check out our tips on how to keep your flag in the best condition.

Kansas Flag Indoor Option

If you intend to keep your flag indoors, try out our flags that come with gold fringe. These flags add an elegant touch to any indoor display. Give this stunning flag the respect it deserves by hanging it on an indoor flagpole.

Highlights:

  • American made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve
Kansas Flag History and Meaning

The Kansas state flag was designed by Hazel Avery and was first displayed during a parade in the city of Lincoln. This design was officially adopted by the state in 1927. In 1961, the flag was changed to have the state’s name added to the bottom and is the flag still used today.

The flag features Kansas’ state seal, which has many symbols that represent pioneer life. The Latin words within the seal translate to the state’s motto: “To the stars through difficulties.” Below the motto is  34 stars that are there to show that Kansas was the 34th state admitted to the union known as the United States. Above the seal is a sunflower representing the state’s nickname and the state flower. 

 

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Other Details

Capitol: Topeka
Flag Adopted: September 22, 1961
Entered Union: January 29, 1861
Motto: "Ad astra per aspera" / "To the Stars through Difficulties"
Nickname: The Sunflower State, The Wheat State
Known For: Wheat, Sunflowers
State Bird: Western Meadowlark
State Flower: Wild Sunflower
State Mammal: American Bison
Famous Kanans: Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle, Amelia Earhart, Bob Dole, Buster Keaton, Dennis Hopper, Janelle Monae
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