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American Samoa Flag


American Samoa is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the South Pacific Ocean. The territory adopted its national flag on April 24, 1960.

American Samoa Flag

Flag of American Samoa

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The national flag of American Samoa, the unincorporated territory of the United States became official on April 24, 1960, the day the first constitution of American Samoa went into effect. Also this day marked the sixtieth anniversary of the first hoisting of the U.S. flag in Samoa.
The American Samoa flag has a white triangle in the middle with blue as the background color. The white triangle shows an American bald eagle flying facing the hoist side. The eagle represents the nation's relationship with the United States. Also the eagle holds traditional symbols of power among Samoan chiefs in its claws: a fly whisk (fue) and a war club (uatogi). The former symbolizes the wisdom of Samoa's traditional chiefs, and the latter represents the power of the state.

The ratio of the flag is 1:2.

Official Name: Territory of American Samoa
Proportion: 1:2
Adopted on: April 24, 1960
Location of the country: Oceania, group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about half way between Hawaii and New Zealand
Capital City: Pago Pago
Major Cities: Fagatogo, Tafuna, Leone
Area: 76.83 square miles
Population: 55,519
Currency: US dollar (USD)
Official Languages: English, Samoan
National Anthem: The Star-Spangled Banner, Amerika Samoa

Facts about American Samoa flag

CountryAmerican Samoa
Designed byNA
Adopted27. April 1960
RevisionNA
Design and ColorsA red-edged white triangle pointing towards the hoist charged with a bald eagle clutching a war club and fly-whisk. The upper and lower triangles are dark blue.
Size Ratio1:2

Last Updated Date: July 05, 2017


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