Branding The United States of America


The Connecticut state flag consists of three grape vines bearing fruit. This image is featured on the Connecticut Coat of Arms, which originated on a seal Colonel George Fenwick brought from England in 1639. The three bunches of grapes represent the three colonies that were joined as Connecticut in 1665. Below the grapes, the state motto “Qui Transtulit Sustinet” (“He who transplanted still sustains”) is prominently featured.

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