MISSISSIPPI STATE FLAG HISTORY
Mississippi joined the United States in 1817 and was the 20th state admitted to the Union. Mississippi lacked a state flag until the 1860s and the least design, created by Edward Scudder, was adopted in 1894.
In 2020 the Mississippi state legislature voted to change the design of the Mississippi state flag as of June 30.
They are in high demand right now as everyone wants a piece of history. We ask that you be patient with your delivery time expectations. This high demand stretches across the country from small mom and pop shops to multi-billion dollar online stores.
There is currently no official flag of Mississippi and a process is presently underway to design a new one.
This lightweight American-made flag features an authentic 1894 design. A durable canvas header with brass grommets will keep your flag safely and sturdily attached to any of our outdoor flagpoles. Due to this historical significance of this flag, it also makes a great collectible.
- American-made authentic 1894 design
- 100% nylon
- Long lasting digital print
- Strong canvas heading
- Brass grommets
Other DetailsCapitol: Jackson
Flag Adopted: April 23. 1894
Entered Union: December 10, 1817
Motto: "Virtute et Armis" / "By valor and arms"
Nickname: The Magnolia State, The Hospitality State
Known For: Catfish, The Mississippi Delta
State Bird: Northern Mockingbird
State Flower: Magnolia
State Mammal: White-Tailed Deer
Famous Mississippians: Lance Bass, Bo Diddley, Brett Farve, Elvis Presley, Jerry Rice, Conway Twitty, Muddy Waters, Tennessee Williams, Oprah Winfrey, Tammy Wynette