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Abenaki tribe flag.1991 the Abenaki Nation adopted a tribal flag. The flag has a dark green field recalling the Green Mountains and Vermont's "green image" with the tribal seal in the center. The brown "shield" of the seal represents deer or beaver hide. It features three symbols, with a red sun at the top. Below it a pair of blue waves denotes the rivers and Lake Champlain. A green grassy patch bears two deciduous and three conifer trees which stand for the lush woodlands of western…

Abenaki tribe flag.1991 the Abenaki Nation adopted a tribal flag. The flag has a dark green field recalling the Green Mountains and Vermont's "green image" with the tribal seal in the center. The brown "shield" of the seal represents deer or beaver hide. It features three symbols, with a red sun at the top. Below it a pair of blue waves denotes the rivers and Lake Champlain. A green grassy patch bears two deciduous and three conifer trees which stand for the lush woodlands of western…

This flag seems to have been inspired by the drawing of the Choctaw flag "carried by the Choctaw Confederate Troops" as depicted in the 1958 sheet from the Oklahoma Historical Society entitled "Fourteen Flags Over Oklahoma" ("Official Seals of the Five Civilized Tribes") This set of flags was created in 1940 to honor the tribes that once lived in Alabama.  They were given as gifts to the five nations. All five flags were white with full color reproductions of the pertinent seal.

This flag seems to have been inspired by the drawing of the Choctaw flag "carried by the Choctaw Confederate Troops" as depicted in the 1958 sheet from the Oklahoma Historical Society entitled "Fourteen Flags Over Oklahoma" ("Official Seals of the Five Civilized Tribes") This set of flags was created in 1940 to honor the tribes that once lived in Alabama. They were given as gifts to the five nations. All five flags were white with full color reproductions of the pertinent seal.

History and Origin of the Flag of the Chickasaw Nation: In the spring of 1975, the first flag was completed in May of that year. The people designed seven Chickasaw and seven Choctaw flags for use by the City of Ardmore. The flags were officially raised on the streets of Ardmore on July 4, 1975. After that date, the flags were flown on holidays and on other special events. Now they are flown every day.

History and Origin of the Flag of the Chickasaw Nation: In the spring of 1975, the first flag was completed in May of that year. The people designed seven Chickasaw and seven Choctaw flags for use by the City of Ardmore. The flags were officially raised on the streets of Ardmore on July 4, 1975. After that date, the flags were flown on holidays and on other special events. Now they are flown every day.

Flag of Comanche Tribe. The flag of the Comanche Nation celebrates their past status as the dominant tribe of the south central United States. The "official" flag of the Comanche Nation, the equivalent of a government flag for a country, always bears the blue to the viewer's left. The blue is to the hoist, while on the reverse, the blue is in the fly. The shield that serves as the seal of the Comanche nation also appears with the blue portion always to the viewer's left.

Flag of Comanche Tribe. The flag of the Comanche Nation celebrates their past status as the dominant tribe of the south central United States. The "official" flag of the Comanche Nation, the equivalent of a government flag for a country, always bears the blue to the viewer's left. The blue is to the hoist, while on the reverse, the blue is in the fly. The shield that serves as the seal of the Comanche nation also appears with the blue portion always to the viewer's left.

The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma (ᎠᏂᎩᏚᏩᎩ ᎠᏂᏣᎳᎩ or Anigiduwagi Anitsalagi) is a federally recognized tribe of Cherokee Indians headquartered in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma (ᎠᏂᎩᏚᏩᎩ ᎠᏂᏣᎳᎩ or Anigiduwagi Anitsalagi) is a federally recognized tribe of Cherokee Indians headquartered in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe (or Chippewa) - Minnesota. Commonly called "Chippewa" in the United States and Ojibway in Canada, the Ojibwe of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, the Dakotas, and Ontario prefer to call themselves Anishinabe, meaning "first men". They accept "Ojibwe", but intensely dislike "Chippewa", even though some bands include it in their official name for recognition by the wider world.

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe (or Chippewa) - Minnesota. Commonly called "Chippewa" in the United States and Ojibway in Canada, the Ojibwe of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, the Dakotas, and Ontario prefer to call themselves Anishinabe, meaning "first men". They accept "Ojibwe", but intensely dislike "Chippewa", even though some bands include it in their official name for recognition by the wider world.

Red Lake Ojibwe - Minnesota  One of the northernmost bands and reservations of the Chippewa or Anishinabe people found in the United States, the 565,000 acres belonging to the Red Lake Ojibwe is found in north central Minnesota. The center piece of the reservation is the large Red Lake for which the reservation is named. That lake, actually two - Upper Red lake and, naturally, Lower Red Lake connected by a very narrow mouth - is also the center piece of the seal of the Red Lake Ojibwa

Red Lake Ojibwe - Minnesota One of the northernmost bands and reservations of the Chippewa or Anishinabe people found in the United States, the 565,000 acres belonging to the Red Lake Ojibwe is found in north central Minnesota. The center piece of the reservation is the large Red Lake for which the reservation is named. That lake, actually two - Upper Red lake and, naturally, Lower Red Lake connected by a very narrow mouth - is also the center piece of the seal of the Red Lake Ojibwa