Mississippi State Flags – Printed


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Official Mississippi State Flag 1894 – 2020 Sizes Ranging from 3×5 – 4×6 (Printed Polyester)

The actual size of the flag in the picture is 3×5. The artwork on all other sizes is identical.

The Mississippi state legislature adopted this state flag design on February 7th, 1894 and it served as the state flag until 2020 when the current flag replaced it. The Magnolia Flag which had served officially as the state flag during the civil war years 1861 – 1865 was Mississippi’s first official flag. The Magnolia flag, however, was nullified by a state constitutional convention that was assembled after the end of the Civil War. Mississippi had no official state flag before 1861 or after the Magnolia flag was nullified in 1865 until 1894 when this design was adopted. Created by Edward N. Scudder, the flag consisted of three equal horizontal bars of blue, white, and red. It also included the likeness of the Army of Northern Virginia battle flag in its canton (upper hoist-end corner). The 13 stars on the state flag officially represented the original thirteen states of the United States. Some believed the 13 stars were representative of the 11 states that seceded from the Union, plus Missouri and Kentucky which both had a Union and a Confederate government.

Mississippi State Flag Pledge

“I salute the flag of Mississippi and the sovereign state for which it stands with pride in her history and achievements and with confidence in her future under the guidance of Almighty God.”

Printed polyester is a very lightweight material that will fly nicely in the slightest breeze.

  • One solid piece of printed, hemmed fabric
  • Canvas header with brass grommets
  • 4 rows of stitching on the fly end to prevent premature fraying
  • Bright color

Available sizes

  • 3×5
  • 4×6

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3×5, 4×6