Oklahoma State Flags

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 (finished with heading and grommets)

    Oklahoma - State Flag - For Outdoor Use

    OKLAHOMA - STATE FLAG - FOR OUTDOOR USE This Oklahoman flag is designed to securely attach to a flagpole and meet the demands of outdoor use. SPECIFICATIONS 100% MADE IN THE USA - This means that our flags are manufactured and assembled here in...

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  • Oklahoma flag with pole sleeve and fringe

    Oklahoma - State Flag with Fringe - For Indoor Use

    OKLAHOMA - STATE FLAG WITH FRINGE - FOR INDOOR USE This Oklahoman flag has decorative fringe added to the outer edge. The fringe adds a note of elegance to presentations and ceremonies. Fringed flags are often used for flag displays in auditoriums,...

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