A gold fleur-de-lis represents the first settler of St. Paul, a French Canadian. Seven stars form an arch over the fleur-de-lis and represent the 7 hills of St. Paul.  The top star is slightly larger then the others and stands for capitol hill and St. Paul's place as Minnesota's capitol.  The jagged blue and white line at the bottom of the flag represents the Missippi River which flowes through the city.
Official St. Paul, Minnesota & My design
Green bars at the top and bottom represent the Upper and Lower peninsulas of Michigan with 4 white stars on a blue background in the middle representing the 4 Great Lakes that border Michigan; Superior, Huron, Erie, and Michigan
Official Michigan & My design
A Bison skull, a long time symbol of Montana is in the canton on a blue field representing Montana's "Big Sky". The botom third of the flag is broken up by a white line. The line is jagged on the hoist end of the flag and straight on the fly end. The line represents Montana's landscape, Maontains and plains. The name Montana means "Mountainous". The jagged line also forms an "M" for Montana. The bottom is purple and also represents mountains.
Official Montana & My design
Gold background representing wheat, corn, etc with the blue representing the Platte River and it's North and South tributaries
Official Nebraska & My design
3 vertical bars forming a W and also mimicking the facial patern of a badger
Official Wisconsin & My design
A large O in the canton of the flag stands for Oregon.  In the O is a beaver which is taken from the reverse of the current state flag.  The O also is representative of a wagon wheel and is over two diagonal lines representing wagon wheel tracks and the Oregon Trail which brough settlers to Oregon.
Official Oregon & My design
A large O in the canton of the flag stands for Oregon.  In the O is a beaver which is taken from the reverse of the current state flag.  The O also is representative of a wagon wheel and is over two diagonal lines representing wagon wheel tracks and the Oregon Trail which brough settlers to Oregon.A white triangle on a blue field forming a "V" and vertical white and red stripe on the fly end of the flad creating an "I". The colors of Red, White & Blue representing the United States. The Eagle with American shield, olive branches and arrows are taken from the current flag.
Official US Virgin Islands & My design
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Official Minnesota & My design
A variation of the sun patern found around the state seal on the curent flag intertwined with a diagonal blue bar which represents the Missouri River which flows through the state.
South Dakota & My design
A keystone, the symbol of Pennsylvania in the canton with the year of statehood 1787.  The line along the bottom of the flag represents the Mason-Dixon line, Pennsylvania's southern border.
Official Pennsylvania & My design
The Arms of George Washington turned sideways and in the colors of the curent Washington State flag.
Official Washington & My design
A combination of the flag of the Green Mountain Boys and the Bennington Battle Flag
Official Vermont & My design
A beehive within a sheild the same shape as on the state seal. A honeycomb patern extends to the top and bottom of the flag under the shield.
Official Utah & My design
A large O in the canton of the flag stands for Oregon.  In the O is a beaver which is taken from the reverse of the current state flag.  The O also is representative of a wagon wheel and is over two diagonal lines representing wagon wheel tracks and the Oregon Trail which brough settlers to Oregon.The hoist end of the flag is 3 white and red and white vertical stripes. The Red stripe forms the letter "I". The fly end of the flag is blue with a star in the middle and rather then the more traditional square end it is rounded. This forms a letter "D". Together you have "ID" the abreviation for Idaho.
Official Idaho & My design

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