The flag of Arkansas is full of symbolism. The red, white and blue color scheme is modeled after the United States flag. The diamond field represents Arkansas as the nation’s only diamond producing state. The twenty-five white stars that border the state’s name indicate its order of admission to the union. The four blue stars portray the change of land ownership by four different countries.
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Did you know that Arkansas didn't have a flag until 1913? Read about the creator and her original flag design.
Learn more about Arkansas' unique history by visiting The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture.
Learn more about the great state of Arkansas at the Arkansas government website.