From the Great Lakes to its welcoming people, to the automobile industry - Michigan sure does have a lot to celebrate! Show your Great Lakes state pride with this high-quality American-made Michigan flag!
MICHIGAN FLAG FEATURES
Our Michigan state flag features several options for outdoor and indoor use.
Outdoor Michigan Flag Options
Our authentic, American-made Michigan state flag is made out of nylon to ensure durability, while still remaining light enough to fly gracefully, even in the lightest of breezes. The quick-drying material will keep your flag safe in rain, and it’ll stay vibrant under the sun thanks to its long-lasting heat-resistant digital print.
Although available in multiple sizes, the best-selling Michigan state flag is the 3’ x 5’ flag. A sturdy canvas header with brass grommets will safely and securely keep your Michigan flag attached to your outdoor flagpole.
All outdoor Michigan nylon flags are American-made and feature:
- Authentic 1911 design
- Strong canvas header
- Brass grommets
- Long-lasting digital print
- 100% nylon
Indoor Michigan Flag Options
The nylon Michigan state flag is excellent for displaying indoors as well! For a distinguished indoor display, opt for the sleeve and 3-sided gold fringe. For respect, it is recommended not to hang your state flag on the wall. Display it on an indoor flagpole for a full indoor display.
The indoor Michigan flags with sleeve and fringe features are American-made and feature:
- Authentic 1911 design
- Leather tab
- Gold fringe
- Pole sleeve
- 100% Nylon
MICHIGAN STATE FLAG HISTORY & MEANING
Michigan’s began as a French colony; that became British territory in the 1700s. The British ownership was short-lived and became United States territory after the American Revolution. Finalizing Michigan’s territory and borders was lengthy; Michigan was finally incorporated into the Union in 1837 as the 26th state.
Michigan’s current state flag was adopted in 1911, featuring the state coat of arms that celebrates Michigan's geography and nature and its history as a frontier state.
The design features three Latin mottos. From top-to-bottom they are:
- "E Pluribus Unum," means "Out of many, one," a United States motto.
- "Tuebor," means "I will defend."
- "Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice" means "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you,” which is the official state motto.
The elk and moose featured in the coat of arms are symbols of Michigan, and the bald eagle represents the United States.
Flag Adopted: June 26, 1911
Entered Union: January 26, 1837
Motto: "Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice" / "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you"
Nickname: The Great Lake State, The Wolverine State, The Mitten State, Water (Winter) Wonderland
Known For: Great Lakes, Cars
State Bird: American Robin
State Flower: Apple blossom
State Mammal: White-tailed Deer
Famous Michiganders: Madonna, Kristen Bell, Mitt Romney, Stevie Wonder, Dave Coulier, Iggy Pop, Diana Ross, Henry Ford, Alice Cooper