**Flag of Indiana. (2016, February 20). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 21:00, March 25, 2016, link here.

In 1916, the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution commemorated our state’s centennial anniversary by sponsoring a competition for the design of a state “banner.”


The winning design, by Paul Hadley of Mooresville, was a blue field with yellow stars representing states, and a torch representing liberty and enlightenment.  In 1917, the Indiana General Assembly adopted this banner (with only one change: the word "Indiana" over the torch), and in 1955, designated it as the official state flag, still known and loved today.**


Thus, Indiana Daughters wish to celebrate our bicentennial  by initiating a competition to create a
salute  to this same flag!


This contest is open to all Indiana residents, and the winning submission will be brought before the Indiana General Assembly for approval.


Sponsored by:
Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution
State Committee on the Bicentennial

Would you like more information about DAR?

  • Visit the Indiana State DAR website
  • Visit the National DAR website
  • Find a DAR chapter near you 

A contest sponsored by INDIANA DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

For Another 100 years...


Write a salute to our state flag!