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  • Name of Tartan:
    Missouri (Proposed)
  • Alternative Name: Show Me
  • ITI Number: 8435
  • Category: American District
  • Designer / Source: Slayor, Kenneth
  • Date: June 2011
  • Slog: GWR:BGT
  • Colour Sequence: GWRBBTBTGTGTGTGB
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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  • Notes: The proposed state tartan for Missouri from the Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis. "The design is derived from four inspiring symbols of the state of Missouri: The Eastern Bluebird (the state bird), the Missouri Mule, the Crescent Moon, and the Bear (from the state flag). The first three bands of color represent the Eastern Bluebird and the ideals found in the state flag. The first band of brown represents the Missouri Mule, and therefore our steadfastness, sturdiness, and industriousness. The band of light grey or silver represents the Crescent Moon, reminding us of our potential for prosperity and our status as the second state to be forged out of the Louisiana Purchase. The second band of brown represents the Grizzly Bear, a symbol of strength. Hence, this pattern stands for: vigilance and justice, valor, purity, steadfastness, hope, and strength.
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  • Missouri (Proposed)
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