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image provided by Michael Perigo, 7 March 2011
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Municipal flags in Hancock County:
The Hancock County (Indiana, USA) flag was designed by a group of participants in Leadership Hancock County in 2004. I was a member of the group that designed the flag. I believe the date was later corrected to 1828.
The gold stars represent the 9 townships of Hancock County. The upper left green field represents the county seat and largest city of the County "Greenfield". The green and gold fields represent agriculture, which has been the primary industry of the county. The white banner represents US 40 (the "National Road") which bisects the county. It's upward trajectory represents progress. The structure in the upper left is the Hancock County Courthouse. The date represents the year the county was formally organized.
Michael Perigo, 8 March 2011