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Wisconsin flag

Wisconsin's official state flag was adopted in 1913. The flag has a deep blue background. White letters spell out "WISCONSIN" and "1848," the year Wisconsin became a state. A sailor with rope and a miner with an axe surround a yellow shield in the center of the flag.

The shield depicts an arm and hammer, a plow, a pick and shovel, and an anchor. These represent Wisconsin's main industries: manufacturing, agriculture, mining, and shipping. In the center of the shield is a blue ring with the words "E PLURIBUS UNUM" (which is the motto of the U.S.A. and means "Out of Many, One" - this refers to the states of the United States being united into one country). Inside the ring is a smaller shield with a blue top and red and white stripes on the bottom.

A badger (Wisconsin's state animal) and a white ribbon reading "FORWARD" are above the shield. A cornucopia filled with food and a stack of lead ore are under the shield.

Wisconsin was the 30th state in the USA; it became a state in 1848.

Questions:
1. When did Wisconsin become a state? _______________________________

2. What is Wisconsin's state animal? _________________________________________________________

3. On this flag, what does the plow symbolize? _________________________________________________________



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