The Wisconsin flag features a dark blue field with the state's coat of arms at its center.
The Wisconsin flag features a dark blue field with the state’s coat of arms at its center. The coat of arms includes symbols representing the state’s main industries—mining, manufacturing, agriculture, and navigation, with a sailor and a miner on either side. At the top is word “Forward” , and a badger the state animal the displayed below. In order to distinguish it from most other blue-based state flags in the United States, the state name “Wisconsin” and “1848” were added to the upper and lower state emblem in the center of the flag in 1979, representing Wisconsin’s admission to the United States in 1848.
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