Ohio Flag
The flag of Ohio was adopted on July 10, 1902 and designed by John Eisemann. It is the only non-rectangular flag used by an American state. It features a large blue triangle (on the hoist side of the flag), which is symbolic of Ohio's hills and valleys. Five stripes (three red and two white) extend from this triangle toward the fly of the flag. Each stripe represents one of the five states that made up the Northwest Territories: Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. A white circle, with a red circle inside of it, is depicted within the triangle, which symbolizes both the letter O and the state's nickname: "the Buckeye State". Seventeen white stars are located within the triangle, symbolic of the fact that Ohio was the 17th state to enter the Union. The flag is loosely based on cavalry flags used during the Civil War and Spanish-American war[1].
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