Idaho state & USA national flags fly from a mast.
The national flag of the United States and the state flag of Idaho fly from a mast. The Seal of the Territory of Idaho was adopted in 1863 and redrawn several times before statehood in 1890. The state Great Seal was designed by Emma Edwards Green, the only woman to design a state seal. The outer ring says "Great Seal of the State of Idaho," with the star signifying a new light in the galaxy of states. The inner ring contains a banner with the Latin motto, Esto perpetua ("Let it be perpetual" or "It is forever"). A woman signifies justice, and a man dressed as a miner commemorates the chief industry in the 1890s. A shield shows a pine tree (timber interests), the Snake or Shoshone River, and a man plowing a field. A sheaf of grain and cornucopias (horns of plenty) portray bountiful agriculture. An elk's head rises above the shield. The state flower (the wild Syringa or Mock Orange) and ripened wheat grow next to the woman.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download