Wyoming State Flags
Designed by Mrs. A.C. Keyes of Casper, the Wyoming State Flag was adopted by the fourteenth legislature in 1917. The colors comprising the background of the flag mimic those of the U.S. Flag, while the state seal is featured branded on the image of a bison. The color red is symbolic of both Native Americans and the blood of the pioneers who lost their lives reclaiming the soil. White represents purity and blue means fidelity.
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