Wyoming State Flags
Wyoming's flag features a large buffalo, an historic animal to the state still seen today. The words - livestock, mines, grain and oil - spell out where Wyoming's wealth comes from. The two dates, 1869 and 1890 tell when Wyoming organized its first government as a territory of the United States and when it became a state. The white border stands for purity and the red one stands for the blood of early pioneers and the original Indian population.
Wyoming state flags are made in America of durable 100% SolarMax nylon, the strongest and most fade-resistant nylon material available.