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Milam County, Texas (U.S.)

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[Flag of Milam County, Texas] image by Jens Pattke, 25 August 2014
Source: http://howeenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Volume-1-Edition-2.pdf



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Municipal flags in Milam County:
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Description of the flag

Milam County, Texas adopted a new flag in June 2014: http://www.cameronherald.com/news/article_2fb85a5c-ec9e-11e3-8a24-0019bb2963f4.html

The flag is dark blue, with the seal centered, and the date 1836 split on either side.
Dave Fowler, 24 August 2014


Previous flag

[Flag of Milam County, Texas] image by David Pawson, 14 March 2006
source: members.aol.com/_ht_a/txflags/milam.html

From: members.aol.com/_ht_a/txflags/milam.html:

County of Milam is named for Benjamin R. Milam (1788-1835), Texas patriot
County Seat: Cameron, Area: 1,019 square miles, Pop. (2000): 24,328.

About the flag: "Milam County accepted the Official County Flag (Falls County design) for the Sesquicentennial adopted by the Texas legislature on 18 February 1985. The flag is blue with a large white Lone Star in the center of two concentric white rings near the hoist. Surrounding the Lone Star are 37 smaller gold stars, representing the original counties of Texas created during the era of independence. The inner ring displays 115 red stars for the counties created from 1846 to 1860. The outer ring has 91 blue stars for the counties created between 1861 and 1900 and 11 green stars for those created during the twentieth century. The name of the county and its date of creation appear on the fly with a white-bordered gold star."
Valentin Poposki, 15 March 2006

Seal

[County Seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 22 March 2019

Source: http://www.milamcounty.net/images/seal3.png
Paul Bassinson, 22 March 2019