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WHICH STATE FLAG BEARS THE ARMS OF TWO EUROPEAN FAMILIES?
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[STC00235] Only one of the original 13 colonies, Maryland, continues to fly a flag that is based on the one that was flown while those lands were ruled by the British.
In the 1630s, the Lords Baltimore established a colony in what is now the state of Maryland; that history is commemorated on both the state flag and the state seal.
The golden and black coats of arms of the Calvert family are displayed on the flag in the four corners that are diagonal to one another.
The first Lady Baltimore, who was George Calvert’s mother and a member of the Crossland family, provided the red and white colors that may be found in the last two quadrants.
The state’s 150th anniversary was celebrated with a parade called Founder’s Day in 1880, and the first time the flag was flown was during that event.
In the year 1904, it was formally selected to serve as the state flag.