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The flag of Missouri consists of red, white, and blue stripes, with the seal of Missouri in the center. Designed by Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Oliver, the red and white stripes, as is traditional, represent valor and purity, respectively. While the blue represents three things: the permanency, vigilance, and justice of the state. The three colors also highlight the French influence on the state in its early years. The flag was made the official flag of the state on March 22, 1913, when then governor Elliot Woolfolk Major signed a bill making it official
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