Oklahoma State Flag

A flag is often an amalgam of anecdotes that tell the history of a state.

You will find below the description and explanation for the symbols of the flag of Oklahoma.

The flag of Oklahoma was adopted April 2, 1925. It consists of a light blue background, which is quite unusual on the flags of U.S. states, many of whom return to the blue of the national flag. This banner has been worn by the Choctaw people during the Civil War. Above appears a buffalo skin shield and seven eagle feathers (perhaps a reference to the national eagle symbol) and a pipe (calumet). In fact, the Oklahoma flag is very symbolic to roots of this Indian State. Peace between Indians and white peoples is represented by the intersection of two powerful symbols: the pipe and the olive branch. Some historians also see in crosses drawn on the shield native symbols that have inspired the stars, widely used in the United States. Oklahoma joined the United States on 4 July 1908. Oklahoma is known as the "Sooner State", and its capital is Oklahoma City.

On this website, you can download the Oklahoman flag in different sizes.

All Oklahoma's flags are available in 4 different resolutions to best suit your purposes (S, M, L, XL). Click on the flag to access the download page.

Custom designs for the Oklahoma's flag