Idaho (ID) State Flag The 43rd state, admitted 1890
The Idaho ID state seal, designed by Miss Emma Edwards, is an integral part of Idaho's flag. She honored the women's suffrage movement on Idaho's seal with its female figure of Liberty and Justice, which supports one side of the coat of arms. On the other is a miner. The shield between them represents the protection they unite in giving the state. The fir tree and sheaf of grain depict Idaho's agricultural resources. An elk's head, rising above the shield, stresses the protection of the elk and moose in Idaho. Below the shield, fruits and vegetables fill cornucopias to symbolize abundance.