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Texas Flag:Today, Lone Star Flag was adopted January 24, 1839 as the national flag of the Republic of Texas. It was first proposed in legislation introduced in the Third Congress of the Republic by William Wharton. Designer of the flag is unknown. Lone Star Flag represents the fourth Six Flags National Texas.

The flag was later adopted as the state flag when Texas became the 28 th state in 1845. As with the U.S. flag, blue means faithfulness, white symbolizes purity and red for bravery.

Official description of the flag of Texas, which indicates the exact proportions of each of its elements, just recently passed the state legislature. Accordingly,

“The national flag consists of a rectangle with a width to length ratio of two to three containing: (1) a blue vertical stripe one-third the entire length of the flag wide, and two equal horizontal bands, the upper stripe white, lower red, each two-thirds of the length flag length, and (2) white, regular five-pointed star in the center of a blue stripe, oriented so that at some point face up, and of such size that the diameter of a circle passing through five points of the star is equal to three-fourths the width of the blue line. “

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