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Flag of the United States of America

Nation in North America

Page last modified 05/03/2024



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Flag of the United States of America

Also colloquially known as the American Flag, the Stars and Stripes, Red White and Blue, Old Glory and the the Star Spangled Banner

Adopted following the admission of Hawaii into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Alaska into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of New Mexico & Arizona into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Oklahoma into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Utah into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Wyoming into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Montana & Washington into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant)
(circular pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Colorado into the union.


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(rectangular pattern variant 2)
(circular pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Nebraska into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant)
(circular pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Nevada into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant)
(circular pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of West Virginia into the union.


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(circular pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Kansas into the union.


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(diamond pattern variant 1)
(star pattern variant)
(diamond pattern variant 2)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Oregon into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Minnesota into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of California into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Wisconsin into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant)
(diamond pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Iowa into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Texas into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Florida into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant)
(star pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Michigan into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant 1)
(rectangular pattern variant 2)
(rectangular pattern variant 3)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Arkansas into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Missouri into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Alabama & Maine into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Illinois into the union.


(rectangular pattern variant)
(star pattern variant)

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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Tennessee, Ohio, Louisiana, Indiana, & Mississippi into the union.


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Flag of the United States of America

Adopted following the admission of Vermont into the union.


(circular pattern variant, commonly known as the Betsy Ross flag)
(rectangular pattern variant 1)
(rectangular pattern variant 2)

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Flag of the United States of America

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Grand Union Flag

Also colloquially known as the Continental Colors

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