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Flag History - 44 Star Flag Adopted in 1891

The 44 star flag was adopted July 4, 1891 after the admission of Wyoming (the 44th state) to the Union. This was the 22nd flag of the United States.

There are 13 stripes - 7 red and 6 white that represent the original 13 colonies. There are 44 white 5-pointed stars on a field of blue in the upper left corner with a single point of the stars pointing upwards.

This was the official United States flag for 5 years. Presidents that served under this flag:

Each star represents a state in the Union. The order in which they became a state is listed below:

Order State Became part of the United States on:
01 Delaware 1787 Dec 07
02 Pennsylvania 1787 Dec 12
03 New Jersey 1787 Dec 18
04 Georgia 1788 Jan 02
05 Connecticut 1788 Jan 09
06 Massachusetts 1788 Feb 06
07 Maryland 1788 Apr 28
08 South Carolina 1788 May 23
09 New Hampshire 1788 Jun 21
10 Virginia 1788 Jun 25
11 New York 1788 Jul 25
12 North Carolina 1789 Nov 21
13 Rhode Island 1790 May 29
14 Vermont 1791 Mar 04
15 Kentucky 1792 Jun 01
16 Tennessee 1796 Jun 01
17 Ohio 1803 Mar 01
18 Louisiana 1812 Apr 30
19 Indiana 1816 Dec 11
20 Mississippi 1817 Dec 10
21 Illinois 1818 Dec 03
22 Alabama 1819 Dec 14
23 Maine 1820 Mar 15
24 Missouri 1821 Aug 10
25 Arkansas 1836 Jun 15
26 Michigan 1837 Jan 26
27 Florida 1845 Mar 03
28 Texas 1845 Dec 29
29 Iowa 1846 Dec 28
30 Wisconsin 1848 May 29
31 California 1850 Sep 09
32 Minnesota 1858 May 11
33 Oregon 1859 Feb 14
34 Kansas 1861 Jan 29
35 West Virginia 1863 Jun 20
36 Nevada 1864 Oct 31
37 Nebraska 1867 Mar 01
38 Colorado 1876 Aug 01
39 North Dakota 1889 Nov 02
40 South Dakota 1889 Nov 02
41 Montana 1889 Nov 08
42 Washington 1889 Nov 11
43 Idaho 1890 Jul 03
44 Wyoming 1890 Jul 10

How to use our fun interactive U.S. Flag coloring pages:

  • Click on one of the colors in the color palette to choose a color.
  • With your selected color, click on a part of a picture to fill it with that color.
  • You may change your colors as often as you like.
  • When you are happy with your coloring, you may print out your picture by clicking on the printer icon on the coloring page (Says "Full Page Print"). Only your artwork with sentence will print - advertisements, directions, and color palette will not print. Graphics print crisply and clearly.
  • If you wish to color your page offline, hit the printer icon on the coloring page BEFORE filling in any colors. If you already started to color online, you can color the parts white or hit refresh to get just the outline.

These U.S. Flag coloring pages make great mouse practice activities for younger children but can also be used with older children beginning to learn how to read. If the child is unable to read the sentence that goes with the U.S. flag coloring page, have them click on each word to hear the sentence. This activity reinforces reading skills. Check out our additional ideas on how to use our Flag Day coloring pages for reading activities.

We offer this 44 star flag adopted in 1891 coloring page with several different sentences in addition to our U.S. Flag collection of coloring page sentence readers. Check back often, we'll add pages as they're created:

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50 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1960- picture only - no sentence.
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48 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1912 - picture only - no sentence.
46 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1908 - picture only - no sentence.
45 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1896 - picture only - no sentence.
44 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1891 - picture only - no sentence.
43 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1890- picture only - no sentence.
38 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1877 - picture only - no sentence.
37 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1867 - picture only - no sentence.
36 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1865 - picture only - no sentence.
35 star U.S. Flag - Civil War - 1863 - picture only - no sentence.
Confederate Navy Jack Flag - picture only - no sentence.
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34 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1861 - picture only - no sentence.
33 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1859 - picture only - no sentence.
32 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1858 - picture only - no sentence.
31 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1851 - picture only - no sentence.
30 star U.S. Flag adopted in 1848 - picture only - no sentence.
28 star American Flag adopted in 1846 - picture only - no sentence.
27 star American Flag adopted in 1845 - picture only - no sentence.
26 star American Flag adopted in 1837 - picture only - no sentence.
25 star American Flag adopted in 1836 - picture only - no sentence.
24 star American Flag adopted in 1822 - picture only - no sentence.
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Grand Union Flag - 1775 - picture only - no sentence.
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