Oklahoma Flag (1911-1925)
This is the historical flag of Oklahoma that was used between 19111925. It features a single white star, outlined in blue, in the center of a red field. The number 46 is written in blue inside of the star, as Oklahoma was the 46th state to enter the Union. The red, white, and blue colors were derived from the flag of the United States[1].
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  Oklahoma Flag
The flag of Oklahoma features a traditional buffalo-skin shield, as used by the Osage Nation, with seven feathers, on a light blue field. Two symbols of peace, a calumet (representing Native Americans), and an olive branch (representing Europeans) are depicted on the shield. Additionally, six golden brown crosses, Native American symbols for stars, are also depicted on the shield. The light blue color derives from the Choctaw flag. The Oklahoma flag was adopted on April 2, 1925 and designed by Louise Fluke[2].
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