2009 Oklahoma Governor's Mansion Ornament
The 2009 Oklahoma ornament celebrates the Osage shield, which was added to our state flag in 1925. The six crosses on the buckskin shield are a Native American symbol for stars, and represent the idealism and hope for a young state. The symbols of peach from two distinct cultures-a calumet, or peace pipe, and an olive branch--meet across the shield.
Support one our state's historic sites, the Governor's Mansion, by displaying this ornament on your tree this year.