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Mount Jackson, Virginia (U.S.)

Shenandoah County

Last modified: 2023-04-08 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Mt. Jackson, Virginia] image by David Zigler, 7 March 2023
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Description of the flag

The flag of Mount Jackson is a light blue field with a simplified version of the town seal in the center.

Google streetview of the flag:

David Zigler, 7 March 2023


[Mt. Jackson, Virginia] image located by David Zigler, 7 March 2023

The seal is a black ring with the town, state names, and the incorporation date on it. The centerpiece is made of some mountains with a river at the foothills of them. The Mountains represents the Appalachians, while the river represents the North Fork Shenandoah River. Extending from the river is a wooden bridge with a road going through it. This is the Meems Bottom Covered Bridge located nearby the town, and is a part of Wissler Rd. Next to the road is a green roofed gazebo with a black hand-cranked water pump. This resembles the gazebo outside of the Mount Jackson Town Hall. In the foreground is a bust of Andrew Jackson, The namesake of the town. The background of the seal is a light blue color, same to the one used on the flag.

The town seal:

David Zigler, 7 March 2023