America Flag - USA Flag Picture & Facts

The National Flag of the United States of America, the Stars and Stripes; The Red, White, and Blue; Old Glory; and the Star-Spangled Banner. The 50 stars on the flag represent the 50 U.S. states, and the 13 horizontal stripes represent the thirteen British colonies that declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain, and became the first states in the United States. The first flag was adopted on December 13, 1775 and the current 50 stars version flag adopted on July 4, 1960.

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America Flag Facts

 
NamesThe American flag or the USA Flag or the U.S. Flag
UseNational flag
Proportion10:19
DesignA official flag of united states be made of thirteen stripe alternating red and white, in the canton, 50 white stars of alternating numbers of six and five per horizontal row on a blue field.
Designed byRobert G. Heft
Adopted (1st)December 3, 1775 (Grand Union Flag)
Adopted (2nd)June 14, 1777 (13-star version)
Adopted (Current lag)July 4, 1960 (current 50-star version)
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Number Of Stars In The U.S. Flag and States Represented 1777 to Present

Year of FlagStates with date of entry into Union
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Delaware (December 7, 1787)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Pennsylvania (December 12, 1787)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795New Jersey (December 18, 1787)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Georgia (January 2, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Connecticut (January 9, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Massachusetts (February 6, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Maryland (April 28, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795South Carolina (May 23, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795New Hampshire (June 21, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Virginia (June 25, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795New York (July 26, 1788)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795North Carolina (November 21, 1789)
13 stars - 1777 to 1795Rhode Island (May 29, 1790)
15 stars - 1795 to 1818Vermont (March 4, 1791)
15 stars - 1795 to 1818Kentucky (June 1, 1792)
20 stars - 1818 to July 3, 1819Tennessee (June 1, 1796)
20 stars - 1818 to July 3, 1819Ohio (March 1, 1803)
20 stars - 1818 to July 3, 1819Louisiana (April 30, 1812)
20 stars - 1818 to July 3, 1819Indiana (December 11, 1816)
20 stars - 1818 to July 3, 1819Mississippi (December 10, 1817)
21 stars - July 4, 1819 to July 3, 1820Illinois (December 3, 1818)
23 stars - July 4, 1820 to July 3, 1822Alabama (December 14, 1819)
23 stars - July 4, 1820 to July 3, 1822Maine (March 15, 1820)
24 stars - July 4, 1822 to July 3, 1836Missouri (August 10, 1821)
25 stars - July 4, 1836 to July 3, 1837Arkansas (June 15, 1836)
26 stars - July 4, 1837 to July 3, 1845Michigan (Jan 26, 1837)
27 stars - July 4, 1845 to July 3, 1846Florida (March 3, 1845)
28 stars - July 4, 1846 to July 3, 1847Texas (December 29, 1845)
29 stars - July 4, 1847 to July 3, 1848Iowa (December 28, 1846)
30 stars - July 4, 1848 to July 3, 1851Wisconsin (May 29, 1848)
31 stars - July 4, 1851 to July 3, 1858California (September 9, 1850)
32 stars - July 4, 1858 to July 3, 1859Minnesota (May 11, 1858)
33 stars - July 4, 1859 to July 3, 1861Oregon (February 14, 1859)
34 stars - July 4, 1861 to July 3, 1863Kansas (January 29, 1861)
35 stars - July 4, 1863 to July 3, 1865West Virginia (June 20, 1863)
36 stars - July 4, 1865 to July 3, 1867Nevada (October 31, 1864)
37 stars - July 4, 1867 to July 3, 1877Nebraska (March 1, 1867)
38 stars - July 4, 1877 to July 3, 1890Colorado (August 1, 1876)
43 stars - July 4, 1890 to July 3, 1891North Dakota (November 2, 1889)
43 stars - July 4, 1890 to July 3, 1891South Dakota (November 2, 1889)
43 stars - July 4, 1890 to July 3, 1891Montana (November 8, 1889)
43 stars - July 4, 1890 to July 3, 1891Washington (November 11, 1889)
43 stars - July 4, 1890 to July 3, 1891Idaho (July 3, 1890)
44 stars - July 4, 1891 to July 3, 1896Wyoming (July 10, 1890)
45 stars - July 4, 1896 to July 3, 1908Utah (January 4, 1896)
46 stars - July 4, 1908 to July 3, 1912Oklahoma (November 16, 1907)
48 stars - July 4, 1912 to July 3, 1959New Mexico (January 6, 1912)
48 stars - July 4, 1912 to July 3, 1959Arizona (February 14, 1912)"
49 stars - July 4, 1959 to July 3, 1960Alaska (January 3, 1959)
50 stars - July 4, 1960 to presentHawaii (August 21, 1959)

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