The description of the seal of the State of Oregon shall be an escutcheon, supported
by 33 stars, and divided by an ordinary, with the inscription, “The Union.” In chief--mountains, an elk with branching antlers, a wagon, the Pacific Ocean, on
which there are a British man-of-war departing and an American steamer arriving. The second--quartering with a sheaf, plow and a pickax. Crest--The American eagle. Legend--State of Oregon, 1859.
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