The Mississippi state flag was adopted in 1894 and remains one of the most controversial flags in the U.S. The controversy revolves around the Confederate Battle flag as the canton. Mississippi is now the only state to feature the Confederate Battle flag so prominently, citizens voted in 2001 not to change the flag. The remainder of the flag is similar to the Stars and Bars, except the upper stripe is blue. The flag is made of 100% nylon material. This authentic flag is finished to be durable for both residential and commercial use.
If you’re looking for a more formal version of this flag check out our Mississippi Ceremonial Flag.