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What is the Nebraska state flag?

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The Nebraska state flag is a national blue flag with a center display of the Great Seal of the State reproduction in gold and silver. The bill that passed to adopt a state banner in Nebraska was introduced in 1925 by Representative J. Lloyd McMaster.

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It was made the official state flag of Nebraska in 1968. The Great Seal of the State is designed with images of a steamboat on the Missouri River, a smith with a hammer and anvil, settlers cabin, stalks of growing corn and a train that is moving towards the Rocky Mountains. Above these images is the motto, "Equality Before the Law."

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