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What do some of the images on the Kansas flag mean?

In the center of the blue Kansas flag is a the state's seal. According to the Web site for the office of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, the seal contains a landscape that includes a rising sun, representing the east, and a river and steamboat, representing commerce. In the foreground, a settler's cabin and a man plowing a field represent agriculture.

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