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Flag Facts

Americans celebrate the history of the national symbol on Flag Day, June 14 of every year. Flags offer students of all ages a great way to learn about the history and culture of a region. Vexillology is the study of the design, meaning and origin of flags. Learn more about state and country flags at the following sites:

  • FOTW (Flags Of The World)
    Offers more then 9,700 pages of information and 17,700 images of flags. The site also has a collection of links and a bibliography of books on flags.

  • World Flag Database
    This extensive site has images of hundreds of official country flags.

  • United States Flag Page
    Virtually everything you need to know about the Stars and Stripes.

  • Flag Detective
    If you know the design of a flag but not the purpose or country of origin, you can search this site to solve the mystery. Images are sorted by prominent design features, such as stripes or symbols.




  • State Flags
    This site from the University of Oklahoma has images of every state flag.

  • GovSpot.com State Government
    Click on your state to access state symbols and flag facts.

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