Kentucky State Flag
The Kentucky state flag contains the state's seal which depicts a pioneer and a statesman embracing. Popular belief claims that the man on the left is Daniel Boone, who was largely responsible for the exploration of Kentucky, and the man on the left is Henry Clay, Kentucky’s most famous statesman. Adopted in 1918. Statehood on June 1, 1792.
All of our Kentucky state flags are constructed for durability and long life. They feature beautiful, brilliant colors and all intricate emblems are accurately reproduced to fine detail. All state flags are finished with heavy canvas heading and brass grommets.
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