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State Flag Indoor Display Set
State Flag Indoor Display Set
Our Price: $152.00

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Indoor State Set Includes
  • 3'x5' State Flag with Pole Sleeve and Gold Fringe [Choose the state]
  • 7' Oak Finish Pole
  • Gold Floor Stand
  • Gold Spear
  • Cord and Tassel
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Indoor State Flag
Indoor State Flag
Our Price: $55.95

3' x 5' State Flag Finished With Pole Hem and Gold Fringe for Indoor Sets
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3' x 5'  Indiana Flag - Nylon
3' x 5' Indiana Flag - Nylon
Our Price: $31.95

3' x 5' Indiana Nylon Flag
  • Made in USA
  • 100% SolarMax Nylon
  • Beautiful Acid Dye Print
  • Strong Cotton Heading and Brass Grommets
  • Four Row Fly Hem For Added Durability
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4' x 6'  Indiana Flag - Nylon
4' x 6' Indiana Flag - Nylon
Our Price: $48.00

4' x 6' Indiana Nylon Flag
  • Made in USA
  • 100% SolarMax Nylon
  • Beautiful Acid Dye Print
  • Strong Cotton Heading and Brass Grommets
  • Four Row Fly Hem For Added Durability
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5' x 8'  Indiana Flag - Nylon
5' x 8' Indiana Flag - Nylon
Our Price: $68.00

5' x 8' Indiana Nylon Flag
  • Made in USA
  • 100% SolarMax Nylon
  • Beautiful Acid Dye Print
  • Strong Cotton Heading and Brass Grommets
  • Four Row Fly Hem For Added Durability
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The Indiana State Flag

The flag of Indiana was designed by Paul Hadley and officially adopted by the state of Indiana on May 31, 1917. It was the state's first official flag and has remained unchanged since then except for the creation of a statute to standardize the production of the flag.

Originally described as the state "banner", the name was changed to "flag" by the 1955 Indiana State General Assembly.

On a field of blue, the flag displays a torch, colored gold or buff, surrounded by an outer circle of thirteen stars and an inner circle of five stars.

The flaming torch stands for "Liberty and Enlightenment" The six rays radiating from the torch are meant to symbolize the expansive nature of those two concepts. The thirteen stars of the outer circle represent the thirteen original colonies of the United States. The five stars of the inner circle represent the next five states admitted to the Union. The largest star, positioned at the top of the torch and below the state name, represents Indiana, the nineteenth state.