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Mississippi State Flag Parade Set

Honor your state heritage with this beautiful Mississippi State Flag parade set. We offer state flag parade sets with 3' X 5' or 4' X 6' size flags with aluminum or oak poles. Order yours today!

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This high quality flag product is Made in America. We pride ourselves in delivering flags from American manufacturers who meet or exceed our demand for high-quality construction.

Mississippi Parade Sets

Mississippi Parade Sets

Mississippi Parade Sets

Mississippi Parade Sets

Mississippi Parade Sets

Mississippi Parade Sets

Mississippi State Flag sets include a Mississippi State Flag sets include a nylon flag with pole hem, leather tabs and gold fringe. Also included in the Mississippi State Flag set is a 7" gold plated metal eagle ornament , gold cord and tassel, 2-piece aluminum pole with brass screw joint and gold floor stand. (Aluminum poles are standard - Oak is available)
 

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Mississippi Aluminum Parade Set


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Flag Size Pole Size Pole Material * Delivered Price  
3' X 5' 8' X 1 1/8" Aluminum $212.95
4' X 6' 9' X 1 1/8" Aluminum $232.95

 

Mississippi Oak Parade Set


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Flag Size Pole Size Pole Material * Delivered Price  
3' X 5' 8' X 1 1/8" Oak $220.95
4' X 6' 9' X 1 1/8" Oak $240.95

* Continental U. S. only

 

Pole Hem Flag Without Gold Fringe


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Flag Size Price  
3' X 5' $29.50
4' X 6' $46.95

Pole Hem Flag Gold Fringe             


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Flag Size Price  
3' X 5' $39.50
4' X 6' $59.95
 
 

History:

The Mississippi state flag history can be traced through many different versions. Mississippi was one of the first states to secede from the Union in 1861. At this time the Confederate States of America had yet to be established. Mississippi, taking key from Georgia, first flew a "Bonnie Blue Flag" to show that it was an independent state. Weeks later at the Mississippi Secession Convention, Mississippi created their first official flag. This flag was primarily white with one vertical red stripe on the rightmost side, a Magnolia tree in its center, and a small version of the Bonnie Blue Flag in its upper left corner. This flag was referred to as "The Magnolia Flag" and flew over Mississippi for 33 years. The Confederate colors were also flown over Mississippi, but only from 1861 to 1865 through the time of the Civil War. Towards the end of the war a third design was created that essentially combined the two flags of the Confederacy for the state of Mississippi, but it is unknown if this flag was ever raised over the state. The Mississippi flag that can be recognized today was made official in 1984. It offers three horizontal stripes of red, white, and blue that are equal in size and a "Union Square" in the upper left corner. The "Union Square" shows thirteen stars encircling 5 slightly larger stars encircling a single largest star. The thirteen stars are said to represent the 13 original colonies, however some feel this may have been for the 13 members of the confederate states. In 2001 a bill allowed for the creation of new designs of the flag and a popular vote for the new flag or to keep the original flag. In nearly a 2 to 1 vote it was determined that the original flag would continue to fly over Mississippi.



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