The Wisconsin state flag consists of the state seal on a blue field. The state name and date of admission to the Union, 1848, appear above and below the seal. A sailor and a miner support a shield divided into quarters. Navigation, manufacturing, mining and agriculture are represented in each quarter by tools of their trade. A cornucopia and a pyramid lie below the shield, with the state motto, “Forward”, in a scroll above.
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