Minnesota State Flags
Minnesota's state seal is featured on its flag. The seal shows a large star which represents the north star, and nineteen smaller stars which symbolize that Minnesota was the nineteenth state to join the union after the original thirteen. The date of admission, 1858, appears along with 1819, the first settlement and 1893, the first flag adoption. The seal also shows a farmer plowing his field and an Indian riding into the sunset. The pine trees stand for lumbering .
Minnesota state flags are made in America of durable 100% SolarMax nylon, the strongest and most fade-resistant nylon material available.