Acknowledged in July of 1913, the Delaware state flag pays tribute to the state’s time as the first of the original 13 colonies. The flag consists of a buff diamond on a beautiful field of colonial blue. In the diamond lies the state’s coat of arms and beneath it is the date Delaware ratified the U.S. Constitution, December 7, 1787. The colonial blue and buff colors were chosen to represent the uniform colors that were worn by General George Washington. The state was originally nicknamed the "Diamond State" which was the reasoning for the diamond, but when Arkansas adopted this nickname Delaware opted to not change its flag. The coat of arms of Delaware shows the earlier occupations of the region which include: hunting, farming, ranching, and shipping.
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