The first real Vermont flag was created on 31 October 1803. The flag had seventeen stripes and seventeen stars with the name, VERMONT, written about the stripes and stars. On 20 October 1838, the second flag was designated with just thirteen stripes, alternating red and white with one large star in a blue field, along with the state coat-of-arms. In 1919, a new design was approved and continues to be used today.
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