Geography Quiz / State Flag Descriptions

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Can you name the state from the description of its flag?

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Blue flag with large state seal and below a ribbon of former state flags.
Blue flag with coat of arms with a pine tree, moose, seaman, and farmer.
Blue flag with gold torch surrounded by 19 stars.
A large 'C' is centered to the left on this flag.
On this blue flag there is an elk, moose, and a bald eagle.
Blue flag that has 'The Mount Rushmore State' written on it.
Green flag with a circular seal depicting a former president.
Flag that depicts a palmetto tree and a crescent moon.
3 grape vines are centered on the seal of this flag.
Blue, white, red striped flag; centered is a bald eagle with a ribbon in its mouth.
Part of this flag is the Confederate battle flag.
White flag with an anchor surrounded by 13 stars.
Coat of arms depicting a pine tree, cow, and hay bails centered on a blue flag.
Horizontal blue, white, red stripes with two grizzly bears on each side of the state shield.
Only state flag to have different designs on each side.
This state flag has a large pelican.
This is only flag to have a pennant or swallowtail design.
Blue flag with a great seal that has a miner, lady liberty, and an elk.
Centered with a large copper star, blue bottom, red & yellow stripes on top.
Blue flag with bald eagle hovering over 2 U.S. flags and a beehive.
Flag that has a large buffalo in the center.
White background with red bars and the great seal in the center.
Flag with white background with a simple red cross.
Buff yellowish flag with 'Liberty And Prosperity' on a ribbon; above is the coat of arms.
Red background with a large diamond in the center.
Blue flag with a large bald eagle grasping an olive branch and bundle of arrows.
Mostly red flag with a large blue circle with 3 stars inside.
Blue flag; state name on the top; state seal in center; year admitted to the union on the bottom.
White flag with an Algonquin Native American on a blue shield.
Blue flag with the centered great seal depicting the Roman goddess Virtus.
Blue flag with a centered state shield with lady justice on one side and lady liberty on the other.
Letters N & C with a star in between are located on the left side of this flag.
A ribbon with 'Battle Born' on top of a blue background.
Blue flag with two people embracing in the center.
A grizzly bear and a single star.
Blue flag centered with the state seal that has farmer plowing a field and a Native American riding a horse.
The little dipper and the north star are on this flag.
White flag with a blue border; centered is the coat of arms surrounded by big laurels.
Blue flag with the centered great seal depicting mountains and the Great Falls of the Missouri River.
Blue flag with a sunflower on the top; below is the seal and the state name.
December 7, 1787 is located on the bottom of this blue flag.
Blue flag with state seal containing laurel leafs & 9 stars encircling a ship.
White flag with a large bald eagle holding a shield in its claw.
Only flag that contains the British Union Jack.
Vertical blue stripe containing a single star with a white and red horizontal stripe.
Unique flag with four quadrants; 2 are red & white and 2 are black & yellow.
Blue flag with large golden seal depicting a lake, hills, and a metal worker.
Osage warrior's shield with feathers centered on a blue flag.
Yellow flag with the centered Zia Pueblo symbol for the sun.
Blue flag with coat of arms surrounded by 2 black horses and a bald eagle.

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