Although a second Maine State Flag was adopted in 1901, this Flag is rarely seen. This Flag shows a pine tree in the center of a buff background, with the North Star in blue within the canton. The first and almost exclusively still-used Flag features the state seal of 1820. The design shows the White Pine state tree with an indigenous mouse beneath it on a shield. On either side of the shield are a farmer and a sailor, depicting Maine's agricultural and maritime bases. The North Star indicates that Maine was the northernmost state when it joined the Union. The state motto, Dirigo, meaning, I direct, is above the shield, the state name is below.
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