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Connecticut State Flag

Originating from the seal of the Saybrook Colony in 1639 by George Fenwick, the first flag’s creation depicted fifteen grapevines and a hand in the upper left-hand corner as well as a scroll reading, “Sustinet qui transtulit.” Translated, the phrase means, “He who transplanted still sustains.

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