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Missouri Flag

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The Missouri Flag has three horizontal red  white and blue stripes with red on top, white in the middle, and blue on the bottom. In the center of the flag is the Missouri state seal.
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Let the world know which state is your favorite by flying this Missouri flag. This flag is available in both indoor and outdoor options to serve your needs.  

Missouri State Flag for Outdoor Use

Our outdoors flags are manufactured with top quality nylon material. These flags are all weather and UV resistant, so you can keep them flying 365 days a year on an outdoor flagpole with proper care.

Outdoor Missouri Flag Attributes

  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Sturdy canvas heading
  • Brass grommets
Missouri State Flag for Indoor Use

If you want a regal look for your indoor display, choose this option. Our indoor flags are made-to-order with gold fringe. Honor your flag properly by hanging it on an indoor flagpole instead of mounting it to a wall.

Indoor Missouri Flag Attributes

  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve

Note: This flag is intended for indoor use only. The gold fringe is not weather resistant. 

History and Meaning of Missouri Flag

Missouri did not have a state flag for almost a century after the state joined the union. In 1908, the wife of Senator Robert Burett Oliver, Mrs. Marie Elizabeth Oliver, designed a flag for Missouri. After taking multiple years and several bill attempts, the design was adopted as the state flag in 1913. 

Oliver’s design is meant to embrace national pride while still representing the Missourian people. The blue stripe symbolized vigilance, and justice. The red represents valor, and the blue represents purity. The Missouri coat-of-arms is in the center because Missouri is geographically in the middle of the United States.


Other Details

Capitol: Jefferson City
Flag Adopted: September 4, 1913
Entered Union: August 10, 1821
Motto: "Salus populi suprema lex esto" / "Let the welfare of the people be the supreme law"
Nickname: The Show Me State
Known For: the Gateway Arch, Kansas City BBQ
State Bird: Bluebird
State Flower: Hawthorn
State Mammal: Missouri Mule
Famous Missourians: Yogi Berra, George Washington Carver, Mark Twain, John Goodman, T. S. Eliot, Marianne Moore, Harry S. Truman, Taylor Momsen, Sheryl Crow, Sara Evans