Dyed nylon flag featuring 3 in., flannel-lined pole hem, Velcro tabs and golden yellow fringe. Brilliant luster and fast colors make it ideal for indoor display or as a parade flag.
The word Tuebor ("I will defend") on the Coat-of-Arms shown on the flag of Michigan refers to the State's position on the Canadian Frontier; the device shows a man standing on a headland lit by the rising sun. The supporters are an elk and a moose, and the American eagle and motto form the crest. A scroll below bears the command Si Quaris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice ("If you seek a beautiful peninsula, look around you").
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