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Oklahoma State Flag

The Oklahoma state flag was designed by Luise Fluke and Dr. Joseph Thoburn and adopted in 1925 for a Daughters of the American Revolution competition. The name of the state was added in 1941. The design consists of an Osage war shield crossed by an olive branch and a peace pipe on a light blue field. The blue was derived from the flag the Choctaw flew during the Civil War.

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  • Oklahoma - State Flag - For Outdoor Use

    Oklahoma - State Flag - For Outdoor Use

    $19.00

    Oklahoma - State Flag - For Outdoor Use We have this Oklahoman state flag available in two materials, so, no matter what the weather conditions are in your area, we've got you covered! The standard finishing for outdoor use is with heading and grommets. ...

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  • Oklahoma - State Flag with Fringe - For Indoor Use

    Oklahoma - State Flag with Fringe - For Indoor Use

    $67.00

    Oklahoma - State Flag with Fringe - For Indoor and Ceremonial Use This Oklahoman state flag comes with a pole sleeve, which is designed to slip over the flagpole on which it is displayed. It is also finished with a lovely gold fringe trim, adding an...

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