Nebraska (NE) State Flag The 37th state, admitted 1867
The Nebraska state seal, designed in 1867 by Isaac Wiles, a member of the House of Representatives, appears in the center of a blue field, but it was a movement led by Mrs. Benjamin G. Miller that resulted in the adoption of the Nebraska flag. It depicts a blacksmith in the forefront, representing both the mechanical arts and the hardy pioneers. The settler's cabin and the wheat stand for farming. In the background, a steamboat is seen sailing up the Missouri River and a train follows the route of the first transcontinental railroad, which was built westward from Omaha. The train runs along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, although the Rockies are not in Nebraska NE. The flag was first flown at a football game at the University of Nebraska.
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