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The City of Goshen web page
shows a square design with three interlocking maple leaves in gold on a blue
field. It is not certain if this is the city flag.
Valentin Poposki, 30 March 2006
The flag of Hammond, Indiana, has centered on it a map of the Land of Calumet (see image). The flag of Hammond was adopted in 1971. Source: Albert Kirsch.
It is uncertain if the flag is coloured. I THINK the two rivers are named Great Calumet and Little Calumet - although it certainly looks to me from the flag that the first one is spelled Grate Calumet. Village website is at http://www.ahlibrary.com/.
Mason Kaye, 25 February 2004
The flag shows the city seal on a white field, the seal includes a map of the area, with a star showing Logansport at the confluence of the Eel and Wabash Rivers; also shown are Chief Logan, after whom the city is named, and a steam
train, an important early industry.
Dean McGee, 22 November 2002
What seems to be the city's flag can be seen at a photo at www.lowell.net/town/twnbrd.htm.
Dov Gutterman, 2 November 2002
The Orestes Code [of Ordinances], adopted February 1, 1983, provided in section 1-2-2-1 the following: "The Town Flag shall be three (3) mutually intersecting white rings, centered on a field of royal blue, with red flames issuing forth from the center of the rings."
Bradley King, 21 July 2002
reported on March 19, 2003:
Council unveils new town flag
The Town Council approved an official town flag during its regular meeting last week. The flag's design, held up for display by Boy Scouts who attended the meeting, included an image of the U.S. 30 and U.S. 41 intersection and the words, "Crossroads of the Nation." The flag will be displayed outside Town Hall along with the American flag, officials said.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 23 September 2005
From The Sweetser Town Code, effective November 1, 1985, section 1-2-1-1: "The Town flag shall have the following design: A white field, with a golden circle centered; the word "SWEETSER" in red letters centered above the circle, and the date "1871" in red letters centered beneath the circle. Within the golden circle, the following design: a white field, with eight (8) silver interworking cogs in its center; a silver natural gas pipe on a field of green grass centered above the cogs; four (4) green and brown trees on the right of the cogs; a black locomotive on tracks beneath the cogs; three (3) young people on the left of the cogs." The flag was originally adopted by order of the Town Board of Trustees on June 10, 1976, and was presented to the Board by Mr. Robert Harrison on that date.
Bradley King, 23 July 2002