Flag of New Hampshire
New Hampshire
Adopted January 1, 1932refflag of New Hampshire state flag</ref>
Designed by New Hampshire Historical SocietyrefNew Hampshire State Flag at NETSTATE.COM</ref>
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The flag of New Hampshire, America, is blue with the state seal of New Hampshire, stylized, in the center of the flag. Circling the state seal are nine golden stars, spaced equally. In between the stars are stylized golden laurel leaves, and together, with the stars, they form a golden wreath.


The state seal of New Hampshire (obviously) represents the state of New Hampshire. The symbolism of the blue background is currently unknown. The nine stars represent New Hampshire becoming the 9th state of the United States. Laurel is a symbol of New Hampshire.


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