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DALLAS COUNTY


Named for George M. Dallas (1792-1864), US Vice President
County Seat: Dallas Area: 880 square miles Pop. (2000): 2,218,899

The Dallas County flag, adopted by the Commissioners' Court on 6 November 1975 and dedicated on 1 April 1976, uses white and two shades of blue. The order establishing the flag specifies the shades as the same as those used on the flags of the United States and the United Nations. Where the Texas flag uses red, Dallas County has light blue: the design is otherwise identical. In addition, the star is shaded on the clockwise side of each point.




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DALLAS COUNTY LINKS
Dallas County Online
Dallas County Historical Commission
Dallas County TXGenWeb
Dallas Travel and Entertainment Guide

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