Maine (ME) State Flag The 23rd state, admitted 1820
The picture on the Maine ME state blue flag is the state coat of arms, which is used on the state seal. Representing Maine's agricultural and maritime industries are a farmer on one side of the shield and a seaman on the other side of the Maine state flag. The lower portion of the shield is a of water, and the upper section sky. A huge pine tree stands for Maine state forests that cover 90 percent of its land. Below the tree lies a moose, now the Maine state animal, indigenous to the state and symbolic of Maine's reverence for wildlife. A North Star glows above the shield, as Maine was the northernmost state at the time of its adoption into the Union.
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