Wisconsin (WI) State Flag The 30th state, admitted 1848
The arms and state seal were designed in 1851 by Governor Nelson Dewey and the Chief Justice Edward Ryan. These arms appear on the Wisconsin state flag today and represent much of Wisconsin's history. The shield is divided into four sections, each bearing a symbol of the early pioneers and their contribution to the state's development: a plow for agriculture, an arm and hammer for manufacturing, a pick and shovel for mining and an anchor for navigation. The circular part in the center stands for the seal of the United States. the cornucopia and the pile of lead stand for farm products and minerals that lead to prosperity. Above the shield is the state motto and the state animal, the badger.
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