What state’s flag has different images on the front and back?
Oregon is the only state whose flag features different images on the front and back. The flag consists of a gold design on a background of navy blue, the state’s official colors.
The front is emblazoned with the words “State of Oregon” and the date “1859” (the year Oregon joined the Union), as well as a part of the state seal that includes mountains, forests, and elk, the Pacific Ocean, and a departing British ship (symbolizing the end of British rule).
The reverse of the flag features Oregon’s state animal: the beaver. In fact, Oregon’s nickname is the Beaver State — an homage to the 19th-century trade in beaver pelts, back when beaver fur hats were popular.
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