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The Flag of the Huguenot Society of Maine

A white flag bearing a white cross fimbriated upper hoist and lower fly, red; lower hoist and upper fly, blue; with a White Pine Tree in the canton in natural colors.

The color of the field represents France, whose explorers reached Maine under the auspices of King Henry IV of Navarre; the white cross represents the Huguenots and their faith; the pine tree represents Maine; the red and blue fimbriations together with the white color represents the United States of America¹s greatness and friendship with France.

Proportions of the flag are 2 x 3.

Designed by David Boice Martucci of Washington, Maine March 1, 1990.


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