Nebraska's Winter Christmas Theme is, of course, also at night. A crescent moon is visible just under the Christmas Motto that reads "Providence, Perpetual, Peace." The blacksmith is now an giant elf, who is making a toy. Just to the left is a teddy bear and rocking horse. His cabin is covered with snow and icicles. The train is fully shown from engine to caboose. The river is frozen, with two ice skaters instead of a ferry boat. The trees have lost all of their leaves. Finally there are 37 stars to represent Nebraska as the 37th state.
Oregon and Nebraska are fraternal twin states because their flags align with similar designs. The most important thing is that these states represent the USA at the beginning and ending of Civil War. Oregon was the last state to remember the perfect union before war, while Nebraska is the first state of the new era born afterwards.
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