State Names, Seals, Flags, and Symbols: A Historical Guide

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The authors and the publisher gratefully acknowledge permission to use the following copyrighted materials:

Georgia flag and seal designs courtesy of the Office of the Secretary of State of Georgia; Indiana state seal reproduced with permission of the Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records; Kentucky state flag and seal reproduced with permission from the Kentucky Secretary of State; Michigan flag and seal designs courtesy of the Michigan Department of State; permission for use of Pennsylvania flag and seal designs provided by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services; approval of the use of Mississippi flag and seal illustrations granted by the Mississippi Secretary of State's Office; New Jersey flag and seal designs courtesy of New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism; North Dakota flag and seal designs courtesy of North Dakota Secretary of State; New Mexico flag and seal designs courtesy of the New Mexico Department of Tourism; West Virginia seal and flag designs courtesy of the Secretary of State of West Virginia; permission for the use of the New York flag and seal granted by Gail S. Shaffer, Secretary of State; use of the Vermont seal was granted by the Vermont Office of the Secretary of State; permission for use of Nebraska state seal was granted by Allen J. Beermann, Secretary of State, Nebraska; permission for use of Montana state flag granted by Travel Montana; permission for use of the Alaska flag granted by Alaska Division of Tourism; permission for use of Delaware state seal and flag granted by Delaware Secretary of State--these may not be reproduced without permission from the Secretary of State of the State of Delaware (see Delaware Code, Title 29, Chapter 23, section 2306). Use of the Hawaii flag and seal authorized by Lieutenant Governor Benjamin Cayetano. Use of the Hawaii seal is governed by section 5-6 of Hawaii Revised Statutes, which states: "Whoever uses any representation of the great seal or the coat of arms of the State in any manner likely to give the impression of official State approval shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. The preceding sentence shall not be construed to apply to the use of the

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