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Oregon Flag

The dark blue Oregon state flag has a seal in the center and the text “State of Oregon 1859”. In the seal is an eagle, ships, and a wagon.
The reverse side of the Oregon flag has a gold beaver in the center of the dark blue field.
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The dark blue Oregon state flag has a seal in the center and the text “State of Oregon 1859”. In the seal is an eagle, ships, and a wagon.
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Represent the Beaver State by flying the flag of Oregon! Our American-made flags are produced using nylon, a lightweight and weather-resistant material. Nylon is also a quick-drying fabric, which helps prevent mildew growth after rain. The intricate details of the Oregon state flag are digitally printed, creating a clean and clear design.

Each flag has a durable canvas header and brass grommets for attachment to any of our outdoor flagpoles. We offer the Oregon state flag in the standard 3-foot by x 5-foot size, in addition to 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, 6’ x 10’, 8’ x 12’, 10’ x 15’, and 12’ x 18’. Refer to our table of outdoor pole heights and corresponding flag sizes to determine the best fit for your pole.

Outdoor Oregon Flag Highlights:

  • Proudly produced in the United States
  • Authentic 1925 design with correct front and back
  • 100% high-quality nylon
  • White canvas header*
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets*

*For flags smaller than 8' x 12' they come with a canvas header and grommets, while larger flags are made with a heavier-duty rope and galvanized thimbles.

We also offer the Oregon state flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve for formal indoor use.

State Flag of Oregon History & Meaning

The Oregon flag was adopted on February 26, 1925. The first flag featuring this design was produced by the department store Meier & Frank and sewn by employees Marjorie Kennedy and Blanche Cox.

On the front side of the flag is a portion of the state seal. It contains several references to Oregonian history, such as wagons pulled by oxen, farming tools, and ships. Below is the year 1859, which is when Oregon was admitted to the Union. On the reverse side of the flag is a beaver, which is Oregon’s official state animal.

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Other Details

Capitol: Salem
Flag Adopted: April 15, 1925
Entered Union: February 14, 1859
Motto: "Alis volat propriis" / "She flies with her own wings"
Nickname: Beaver State
Known For: Ghost Towns, Crater Lake
State Bird: Western Meadowlark
State Flower: Oregon Grape
State Mammal: American Beaver
Famous Oregonians: Raymond Carver, Sally Struthers, Ty Burrell, River Phoenix, Beverly Cleary, Kaitlin Olson