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Lauderdale County, Tennessee (U.S.)

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[Municipal seal] image by David Sigley, 17 June 2024
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Description of the flag

The flag is a golden field with the county seal in the center.

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David Sigley, 17 June 2024


[Municipal seal] image located by David Sigley, 17 June 2024

The seal shows a depiction of a tomato, as tomato farming was big in the agricultural sector of the county. The second shows a civil war cannon, which refers to the Battle of Fort Pillow. The third shows a B-17 Flying Fortress, which represents the now decommissioned Dyersburg Air Army Base, which was the largest aircrew training school built during WW-II, and the only B-17 training base inland east of the Mississippi.
David Sigley, 17 June 2024

An earlier flag

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During the 1996 Bicentennial efforts a Lauderdale County flag was made and is on display at the TN Museum. The flag depicts 4 major areas of our county: Halls Air Base, Henning-Alex Haley Home, Ft. Pillow Civil War Site, and an agricultural symbol - cotton boll. The art class from Halls High School created the flag.
located by Dov Gutterman, 21 December 2002