Nevada State Flags
Nevada became a member of the United States during the Civil War, a fact that is represented on its state flag with the words, "Battle Born." The flag, with its deep blue background and wreath of the state's flower, the sagebrush, in the upper left corner, was officially adopted on March 26, 1929, and revised on June 8, 1991. The silver star that appears above the state's name symbolizes Nevada's rich mineral wealth.
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