The basic design emerged from a design
competition and was adopted in 1925. The
name was added in 1941. The Native
American emblems, all symbols of peace,
recall the previous name, “Indian Territory.”
• Made of 100% heavyweight,
200-denier nylon bunting.
• Aniline-dyed for brilliant, fast colors.
• Treated to resist fading.
• Fast drying.
• State, Territory and World flags
constructed to precise specifications.
• Finished with white header and brass
• Flies in the slightest breeze.