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  • Alabama Alabama
    The "Heart of Dixie" , Alabama entered into Statehood on December 14, 1819. The Alabama State Capital is Montgomery. Alabama State flower is the camellia (1959). Alabama State bird is the yellowhammer (1927). Alabama State song is Alabama (1931). Alabama State tree is the Southern longleaf pine (1949, 1997). Alabama State salt water fish is the fighting tarpon (1955). Alabama State fresh water fish is the largemouth bass (1975). Alabama State horse is the racking horse (1975). Alabama State mineral is the hematite (1967). Alabama State rock is marble (1969). Alabama State game bird is the wild turkey (1980). Alabama State dance is the square dance (1981). Alabama State nut is the pecan (1982). Alabama State fossil is species Basilosaurus Cetoides (1984). Alabama State official mascot and butterfly is the eastern tiger swallowtail (1989). Alabama State insect is the monarch butterfly (1989). Alabama State reptile is the Alabama red-bellied turtle (1990). Alabama State gemstone is the star blue quartz (1990). Alabama State shell is the scaphella junonia johnstoneae (1990)
  • Alaska Alaska
    Alaska entered into Statehood on January 3, 1959. Alaska State motto is North to the Future. The Alaska State is commonly called The Last Frontier or Land of the Midnight Sun. The Alaska State Capital is Juneau. The Alaska State flower is the forget-me-not (1949). The Alaska State tree is the sitka spruce (1962). The Alaska State bird is the willow ptarmigan (1955). The Alaska State fish is the king salmon (1962). The Alaska State song is Alaska's Flag (1955). The Alaska State gem is the jade (1968). The Alaska State marine mammal is the bowhead whale (1983). The Alaska State fossil is the woolly mammoth (1986). The Alaska State mineral is gold (1968). The Alaska State sport is dog mushing (1972).
  • Arizona Arizona
    The Grand Canyon State, Arizona, entered into Statehood on February 14, 1912. The Arizona Capital is Phoenix. The Arizona State flower is the flower of saguaro cactus (1931). The Arizona State bird is the cactus wren (1931). The Arizona State colors are blue and old gold (1915). The Arizona State song is Arizona (1919). The Arizona State tree is the palo verde (1954). The Arizona State neckwear is the bola tie (1971). The Arizona State fossil is petrified wood (1988). The Arizona State gemstone is turquoise (1974). The Arizona State mammal is the ringtail (1986). The Arizona State reptile is the Arizona ridgenose rattlesnake (1986). The Arizona State fish is the Arizona trout (1986). The Arizona State amphibian is the Arizona tree frog (1986). The Arizona State butterfly is the two-tailed swallowtail (2001).
  • Arkansas Arkansas
    The "Natural State" , Arkansas entered into Statehood on June 15, 1836. The Arkansas State Capital is Little Rock. The Arkansas State motto is Regnat populus which means the people rule. Arkansas State flower is the apple blossom (1901). Arkansas State tree is pine (1939). Arkansas State bird is the mockingbird (1929). Arkansas State \r
    insect is the honeybee (1973). Arkansas State song is Arkansas (1963).
  • California California
    California is nicknamed The Golden state and entered into Statehood on September 9, 1850. The California State motto is Eureka which means I have found it. The California State Capital is Sacramento. The California State flower is the Golden Poppy (1903). The California State tree is the California redwoods (Sequoia Sempervirens) (1937, 1953). The California State bird is the California valley quail (1931). The California State animal is the California grizzly bear (1953). The California State fish is the California golden trout (1947). The California State colors are blue and gold (1951). The California State song is I Love You, California (1951).
  • Colorado Colorado
    The State of Colorado entered into Statehood on August 1, 1876. Nicknamed the Centennial State, the Colorado State Capital is Denver. The Colorado State motto is Nil sine numine, which means nothing without providence. Colorado State flower is the Rocky Mountain columbine (1899). Colorado State tree is the Colorado blue spruce (1939). Colorado State bird is the lark bunting (1931). Colorado State animal is the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep (1961). Colorado State gemstone is the aquamarine (1971). Colorado State colors are blue and white (1911). Colorado State song is Where the Columbines Grow (1915). Colorado State fossil is the stegosaurus (1991).
  • Connecticut Connecticut
    Connecticut, nicknamed the Constitution State, entered into Statehood on January 9, 1788. The Capital of Connecticut is Hartford. The state motto is qui transtulit sustinet, which means he who transplanted still sustains. The Connecticut State flower is the mountain laurel (1907). The Connecticut State tree is the white oak (1947). The Connecticut State animal is the sperm whale (1975). The Connecticut State bird is the American robin (1943). The Connecticut State hero is Nathan Hale (1985). The Connecticut State heroine is Prudence Crandall (1995). The Connecticut State insect is the praying mantis (1977). The Connecticut State mineral is the garnet (1977). The Connecticut State song is Yankee Doodle (1978). The Connecticut State ship is the USS Nautilus (1983). The Connecticut State shellfish is the eastern oyster (1989). The Connecticut State fossil is the Eubrontes Giganteus (1991). The Connecticut State composer is Charles Edward Ives (1991)
  • Delaware Delaware
    Delaware was the first State to enter into Statehood, on December 7, 1787, which explains the nickname "The First State". The Capital of the State of Delaware is Dover. The State of Delaware colors are colonial blue and buff. The State of Delaware flower is the peach blossom (1895). The State of Delaware tree is the American holly (1939). The State of Delaware bird is the blue hen chicken (1939). The State of Delaware insect is the ladybug (1974). The State of Delaware butterfly is the tiger swallowtail (1999). The State of Delaware fish is the weakfish, cynoscion regalis (1981). The State of Delaware song is Our Delaware. The State of Delaware beverage is milk. The State of Delaware fossil is belemnite.
  • District of Columbia District of Columbia
    Founded on July 16, 1790, Washington DC is unique among American cities because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital. From its beginning, it has been embroiled in political maneuvering, sectional conflicts and issues of race, national identity, compromise and, of course, power.
  • Florida Florida
    Florida, nicknamed The Sunshine State, entered into Statehood on March 3, 1845. The Capital of Florida is Tallahassee, and the State of Florida motto is In God We Trust. The Florida State flower is the orange blossom (1909). The Florida State bird is the mockingbird (1927). The Florida State song is Suwannee River (1935).
  • Georgia Georgia
    Nicknamed "the Peach State" , Georgia entered into Statehood on January 2, 1788. The Capital of the State of Georgia is Atlanta, and its' motto is wisdom, justice, and moderation. The Georgia State flower is the Cherokee rose (1916). The Georgia State tree is the live oak (1937). The Georgia State bird is the brown thrasher (1935). The Georgia State song is Georgia on My Mind (1922).
  • Hawaii Hawaii
    Nicknamed the Aloha State, Hawaii entered into Statehood on August 21, 1959. The Capital of Hawaii is Honolulu, and the State motto is Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono which means the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. The Hawaii State flower is the hibiscus (yellow) (1988). The Hawaii State song is Hawaii Ponoi (1967). The Hawaii State bird is the nene (Hawaiian goose) (1957). The Hawaii State tree is the kukui (candlenut) (1959).
  • Idaho Idaho
    Nicknamed "the Gem State" , Idaho entered into Statehood on July 3, 1890. The Capital of Idaho is Boise, and the State motto is esto perpetua, which means it is forever. The slogan on Idaho license plates are "famous potatoes". The Idaho State flower is syringa (1931). The Idaho State tree is the white pine (1935). The Idaho State bird is the mountain bluebird (1931). The Idaho State horse is the Appaloosa (1975). The Idaho State gem is the star garnet (1967). The Idaho State song is Here We Have Idaho. The Idaho State folk dance is the square dance. The Idaho State fish is the cutthroat trout (1990). The Idaho State fossil is the Hagerman horse fossil (1988).
  • Illinois Illinois
    Nicknamed the Prairie State, Illinois entered into Statehood on December 3, 1818. The Capital of Illinois is Springfield, and the State motto is State sovereignty, national union. License plates from Illinois sport the slogan Land of Lincoln. The Illinois State flower is the violet (1908). The Illinois State tree is the white oak (1973). The Illinois State bird is the cardinal (1929). The Illinois State animal is the white-tailed deer (1982). The Illinois State fish is the bluegill (1987). The Illinois State insect is the monarch butterfly (1975). The Illinois State song is Illinois (1925). The Illinois State mineral is fluorite (1965).
  • Indiana Indiana
    Nicknamed the Hoosier State, Indiana entered into Statehood on December 11, 1816. The Indiana State Capital is Indianapolis, and the State motto is The Crossroads of America. The Indiana State flower is the peony (1957). The Indiana State tree is the tulip tree (1931). The Indiana State bird is the cardinal (1933). The Indiana State song is On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away (1913). The Indiana State river is the Wabash. The Indiana State stone is the limestone.
  • Iowa Iowa
    Nicknamed the Hawkeye State, Indiana entered into Statehood on December 28, 1846. The Iowa State Capital is Des Moines, and the State motto is our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain. The Iowa State flower is the wild rose (1897). The Iowa State bird is the eastern goldfinch (1933). The Iowa State colors are red, white, and blue (in state flag). The Iowa State song is the Song of Iowa.
  • Kansas Kansas
    Kansas has two nicknames - the Sunflower State and the Jayhawk State. Kansas entered into Statehood on January 29, 1861, and the Kansas State Capital is Topeka. The Kansas State motto is ad astra per aspera which means to the stars through difficulties. The Kansas State flower is the sunflower (1903). The Kansas State tree is the cottonwood (1937). The Kansas State bird is the western meadowlark (1937). The Kansas State animal is the buffalo (1955). The Kansas State song is Home on the Range (1947).
  • Kentucky Kentucky
    Nicknamed the Bluegrass State, Kentucky entered into Statehood on June 1, 1792. The Kentucky State Capital is Frankfort, and the Kentucky State motto is united we stand, divided we fall. The Kentucky State tree is the tulip poplar (1994). The Kentucky State flower is the goldenrod. The Kentucky State bird is the Kentucky cardinal. The Kentucky State song is My Old Kentucky Home.
  • Louisiana Louisiana
    Nicknamed the Pelican State, Louisiana entered into Statehood on April 30, 1812. The Louisiana State Capital is Baton Rouge, and the Louisiana State motto is union, justice and confidence. The Louisiana State flower is the magnolia (1900). The Louisiana State tree is the bald cypress (1963). The Louisiana State bird is the eastern brown pelican (1958). The Louisiana State songs are Give Me Louisiana and You Are My Sunshine.
  • Maine Maine
    Nicknamed The Pinetree State, Maine entered into Statehood on March 15, 1820. The Maine State Capital is Augusta, and the Maine State motto is dingo, which means I lead. The Maine State flower is the white pine cone and tassel (1895). The Maine State tree is the white pine tree (1945). The Maine State bird is the chickadee (1927). The Maine State fish is the landlocked salmon (1969). The Maine State mineral is the tourmaline (1971). The Maine State song is the State of Maine Song (1937). The Maine State animal is the moose (1979). The Maine State cat is the Maine coon cat (1985). The Maine State fossil is the pertica quadrifaria (1985). The Maine State insect is the honeybee (1975).
  • Maryland Maryland
    The State of Maryland has two nicknames - the Free State and the Old Line State, and Maryland entered into Statehood on April 28, 1788. The Maryland State capital is Annapolis, and the Maryland State motto is fatti maschii, parole femine which means manly deeds, womanly words. The Maryland State bird is the Baltimore oriole (1947). The Maryland State boat is the skipjack (1985). The Maryland State crustacean is the Maryland blue crab (1989). The Maryland State dinosaur is the Astrodon johnstoni (1998). The Maryland State dog is the Chesapeake Bay retriever (1964). The Maryland State beverage is milk (1998). The Maryland State flower is the black-eyed susan (1918). The Maryland State fish is the rockfish (1965). The Maryland State folk dance is the square dance (1994). The Maryland State fossil is the shell ecphora gardnerae gardnerae (Wilson) (1994).
  • Massachusetts Massachusetts
    Massachusetts has two nicknames - the Bay State and the Old Colony State, and entered into Statehood on February 6, 1788. The Massachusetts State Capital is Boston, and the Massachusetts State motto is ense petit placidam sub literate quietem, which means we seek peace, but peace only under liberty. The Massachusetts State flower is the mayflower (1918). The Massachusetts State tree is the American elm (1941). The Massachusetts State bird is the chickadee (1941). The Massachusetts State song is All Hail to Massachusetts (1966). The Massachusetts State beverage is cranberry juice (1970). The Massachusetts State insect is the ladybug (1974). The Massachusetts State cookie is chocolate chip (1997). The Massachusetts State dessert is the Boston cream pie (1996).
  • Michigan Michigan
    The nickname for Michigan is the Wolverine State, and entered into Statehood on January 26, 1837. The Michigan State Capital is Lansing, and the Michigan State motto is si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice, which means if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you. The Michigan State flower is the apple blossom (1897). The Michigan State bird is the robin (1931). The Michigan State mammal is the white-tailed deer (1997). The Michigan State fishes are the trout (1965) and the brook trout (1988). The Michigan State gem is the isle royal greenstone (chlorastrolite) (1972). The Michigan State stone is the petoskey stone (1965). The Michigan State tree is the white pine (1955). The Michigan State soil is the kalkaska soil series (1990). The Michigan State reptile is the painted turtle (1995). The Michigan State flag is the Blue charged with the arms of the state (1911). The Michigan State wildflower Dwarf Lake iris (1998).
  • Minnesota Minnesota
    The State of Minnesota has 3 nicknames - the North Star State, the Gopher State, and the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Minnesota entered into Statehood on May 11, 1858, and the Minnesota State Capital is St Paul. The Minnesota State motto is L'Etoile du Nord, which means The North Star. The Minnesota State flower is the lady slipper (1902). The Minnesota State tree is the red (or Norway) pine (1953). The Minnesota State bird is the common loon (also called great northern diver) (1961). The Minnesota State song is Hail Minnesota (1945). The Minnesota State fish is the walleye (1965). The Minnesota State mushroom is the morel (1984).
  • Mississippi Mississippi
    The nickname for Mississippi is The Magnolia State, and entered into Statehood on December 10, 1817. The Mississippi State Capital is Jackson, and the Mississippi State motto is virtue et armis, which means by valor and arms. The Mississippi State flower is the flower or bloom of the magnolia or evergreen magnolia (1952). The Mississippi State wildflower is the coreopsis (1991). The Mississippi State tree is the magnolia (1938). The Mississippi State bird is the mockingbird (1944). The Mississippi State song is Go, Mississippi (1962). The Mississippi State stone is petrified wood (1976). The Mississippi State fish is the largemouth or black bass (1974). The Mississippi State insect is the honeybee (1980). The Mississippi State shell is the oyster shell (1974). The Mississippi State water mammal is the bottlenosed dolphin or porpoise (1974). The Mississippi State fossil is the prehistoric whale (1981). The Mississippi State land mammal is the white-tailed deer (1974), red fox (1997). The Mississippi State waterfowl is the wood duck (1974). The Mississippi State beverage is milk (1984). The Mississippi State butterfly is the spicebush swallowtail (1991). The Mississippi State dance is the square dance (1995).
  • Missouri Missouri
    The nickname for the State of Missouri is the Show-Me-State, and entered into Statehood on August 10, 1821. The Missouri State Capital is Jefferson City, and the Missouri State motto is salus populi suprema lex esto, which means the welfare of the people shall be the supreme law. The Missouri State flower is the hawthorn (1923). The Missouri State bird is the bluebird (1927). The Missouri State aquatic animal is the paddlefish (1997). The Missouri State fish is the channel catfish (1997). The Missouri State song is the Missouri Waltz (1949). The Missouri State fossil is the crinoid (1989). The Missouri State musical instrument is the fiddle (1987). The Missouri State rock is the mozarkite (1967). The Missouri State mineral is the galena (1967). The Missouri State insect is the honeybee (1985). The Missouri State tree is the flowering dogwood (1955). The Missouri State tree nut is the eastern black walnut (1990). The Missouri State animal is the mule (1995). The Missouri State dance is the square dance (1995).
  • Montana Montana
    Nicknamed the Treasure State, Montana entered into Statehood on November 8, 1889. The Montana State capital is Helena, and the Montana State motto is oro y plata, which means gold and silver. The Montana State flower is the bitteroot (1895). The Montana State tree is the ponderosa pine (1949). The Montana State stones are the sapphire and agate (1969). The Montana State bird is the Western meadowlark (1981). The Montana state song is "Montana" (1945).
  • Nebraska Nebraska
    Nebraska has two nicknames - the Cornhusker State and the Beef State, and entered into Statehood on March 1, 1867. The Nebraska State Capital is Lincoln, and the Nebraska State motto is equality before the law. The Nebraska State flower is the goldenrod (1895). The Nebraska State flower is the goldenrod (1895). The Nebraska State fish is the channel catfish (1997). The Nebraska State ballad is "A Place Like Nebraska" (1997). The Nebraska State tree is the Cottonwood (1972). The Nebraska State bird is the Western meadowlark (1929). The Nebraska State insect is the honeybee (1975). The Nebraska State gemstone is the blue agate (1967).
  • Nevada Nevada
    The State of Nevada has 3 nicknames - the Sagebrush State, the Silver State, and the Battle Born State, and entered into Statehood on October 31, 1864. The Nevada State Capital is Carson City, and the Nevada State motto is all for our country. The Nevada State flower is the sagebrush (1959). The Nevada State trees is the single-leaf pinon (1953) and bristlecone pine (1987). The Nevada State bird is the mountain bluebird (1967). The Nevada State animal is the desert bighorn sheep (1973). The Nevada State colors are silver and blue (1983). The Nevada State song is Home Means Nevada (1933). The Nevada State rock is sandstone (1987). The Nevada State precious gemstone is the virgin valley black fire opal (1987). The Nevada State semiprecious gemstone is the Nevada turquoise (1987). The Nevada State grass is Indian ricegrass (1977). The Nevada State metal is silver (1977). The Nevada State fossil is ichthyosaur (1977). The Nevada State fish is the lahontan cutthroat trout (1981). The Nevada State reptile is the desert tortoise (1989).
  • New Hampshire New Hampshire
    New Hampshire is nicknamed the Granite State, and entered into Statehood on June 21, 1788. The New Hampshire State Capital is Concord, and the New Hampshire State motto is live free or die. The New Hampshire State flower is the purple lilac (1919). The New Hampshire State tree is the white birch (1947). The New Hampshire State animal is the white-tailed deer (1983). The New Hampshire State insect is the ladybug (1977). The New Hampshire State saltwater fish is the striped bass (1994). The New Hampshire State freshwater fish is the brook trout (1995). The New Hampshire State amphibian is the spotted newt (1985). The New Hampshire State butterfly is the karner blue (1992). The New Hampshire State bird is the purple finch (1957). The New Hampshire State songs are Old New Hampshire (1949) and New Hampshire, My New Hampshire (1963).
  • New Jersey New Jersey
    New Jersey is also known as the Garden State, and entered into Statehood on December 18, 1787. The New Jersey State Capital is Trenton, and the New Jersey State motto is liberty and prosperity. The New Jersey State flower is the purple violet (1913). The New Jersey State bird is the eastern goldfinch (1935). The New Jersey State insect is the honeybee (1974). The New Jersey State tree is the red oak (1950). The New Jersey State animal is the horse (1977). The New Jersey State colors are buff and blue (1965). The New Jersey State folk dance is the square dance. The New Jersey State dinosaur is the hadrosaurus foulkii. The New Jersey State fish is the brook trout. The New Jersey State fruit is the blueberry (2004).
  • New Mexico New Mexico
    New Mexico is nicknamed the Land of Enchantment, and entered into Statehood on January 6, 1912. The New Mexico State Capital is Santa Fe, and the New Mexico State motto is crescit eundo (it grows as it goes). The New Mexico State flower is the yucca (1927). The New Mexico State tree is the pinon (1949). The New Mexico State animal is the black bear (1963). The New Mexico State bird is the roadrunner (1949). The New Mexico State fish is the cutthroat trout (1955). The New Mexico State gem is the turquoise (1967). The New Mexico State song is O Fair New Mexico; (1917). The New Mexico State poem is A Nuevo Mexico; (1991). The New Mexico State grass is blue gramma (1973). The New Mexico State fossil is the coelophysis (1981). The New Mexico State insect is the tarantula hawk wasp (1989). The New Mexico State ballad is Land of Enchantment; (1989).
  • New York New York
    New York is also known as the Empire State, and entered into Statehood on July 26, 1788. The New York State Capital is Albany, and the New Jersey State motto is excelsior which means ever upward. The New York State animal is the beaver (1975). The New York State fish is the brook trout (1975). The New York State gem is the garnet (1969). The New York State flower is the rose (1955). The New York State tree is the sugar maple (1956). The New York State bird is the bluebird (1970). The New York State insect is the ladybug (1989). The New York State song is I Love New York; (1980).
  • North Carolina North Carolina
    North Carolina is nicknamed the Tar Heel State, and entered into Statehood on November 21, 1789. The North Carolina State Capital is Raleigh, and the North Carolina State motto is esse quam videri which means to be rather than to seem. The North Carolina State flower is the dogwood (1941). The North Carolina State tree is the pine (1963). The North Carolina State bird is the cardinal (1943). The North Carolina State mammal is the gray squirrel (1969). The North Carolina State insect is the honeybee (1973). The North Carolina State reptile is the eastern box turtle (1979). The North Carolina State gemstone is emerald (1973). The North Carolina State shell is the scotch bonnet (1965). The North Carolina State historic boat is the shad boat (1987). The North Carolina State song is The Old North State; (1927). The North Carolina State colors are red and blue (1945).
  • North Dakota North Dakota
    North Dakota is also nicknamed the Sioux State, Flickertail State, Peace Garden State, and the Rough Rider State. North Dakota entered into Statehood on November 2, 1889. The North Dakota State Capital is Bismarck, and the North Dakota State motto is liberty and union, now and forever: one and inseparable. The North Dakota State tree is the American elm (1947). The North Dakota State bird is the western meadowlark (1947). The North Dakota State song is the "North Dakota Hymn" (1947). The North Dakota State fish is the northern pike (1969). The North Dakota State grass is western wheatgrass (1977). The North Dakota State fossil is teredo petrified wood (1967). The North Dakota State beverage is milk (1983). The North Dakota State flower is the wild prairie rose (1907). The North Dakota State equine is the Nokota horse (1993).
  • Ohio Ohio
    Ohio is nicknamed the Buckeye State, and entered into Statehood on March 1, 1803. The Ohio State Capital is Columbus, and the Ohio State motto is with God all things are possible. The Ohio State flower is the scarlet carnation (1904). The Ohio State tree is the buckeye (1953). The Ohio State bird is the cardinal (1933). The Ohio State insect is the ladybug (1975). The Ohio State gemstone is flint (1965). The Ohio State song is Beautiful Ohio; (1969). The Ohio State beverage is tomato juice (1965). The Ohio State fossil is the trilobite (1985). The Ohio State animal is the white-tailed deer (1988). The Ohio State wildflower is the large white trillium (1987).
  • Oklahoma Oklahoma
    Oklahoma is nicknamed the Sooner State, and entered into Statehood on November 16, 1907. The Oklahoma State Capital is Oklahoma City, and the The Oklahoma State motto is labor omniva vincit, which means labor conquers all things. The Oklahoma State flower is the mistletoe (1893). The Oklahoma State tree is the redbud (1937). The Oklahoma State bird is the scissor-tailed flycatcher (1951). The Oklahoma State animal is the bison (1972). The Oklahoma State reptile is the mountain boomer lizard (1969). The Oklahoma State stone is the rose rock barite rose (1968). The Oklahoma State colors are green and white (1915). The Oklahoma State song is Oklahoma; (1953). The Oklahoma State beverage is milk. The Oklahoma State fish is the white or sand bass. The Oklahoma State furbearer is the raccoon. The Oklahoma State grass is indian grass. The Oklahoma State waltz is Oklahoma Wind;. The Oklahoma State wildflower is the Indian blanket.
  • Oregon Oregon
    Oregon is nicknamed the Beaver State, and entered into Statehood on February 14, 1859. The Oregon State Capital is Salem, and the The Oregon State motto is Alis volat Propriis which means she flies with her own wings. The Oregon State flower is the Oregon grape (1899). The Oregon State tree is the douglas fir (1939). The Oregon State animal is the beaver (1969). The Oregon State bird is the western meadowlark (1927). The Oregon State fish is the chinook salmon (1961). The Oregon State rock is the thunderegg (1965). The Oregon State colors are navy blue and gold (1959). The Oregon State song is Oregon, My Oregon; (1927). The Oregon State insect is the swallowtail butterfly (1979). The Oregon State nut is hazelnut (1989). The Oregon State gemstone is the sunstone (1987). The Oregon State seashell is the Oregon hairy triton (1991). The Oregon State mushroom is the Pacific golden chanterelle (1999).
  • Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
    Pennsylvania is nicknamed the Keystone State, and entered into Statehood on December 12, 1787. The Pennsylvania State Capital is Harrisburg, and the The Pennsylvania State motto is virtue, liberty and independence. The Pennsylvania State flower is the mountain laurel (1933). The Pennsylvania State tree is the hemlock (1931). The Pennsylvania State bird is the ruffed grouse (1931). The Pennsylvania State dog is the Great Dane (1965). The Pennsylvania State colors are blue and gold (1907). The Pennsylvania State song is Pennsylvania; (1990).
  • Rhode Island Rhode Island
    Rhode Island is nicknamed The Ocean State, and entered into Statehood on May 29, 1790. The Rhode Island State Capital is Providence, and the The Rhode Island State motto is hope. The Rhode Island State flower is the violet (unofficial)(1968). The Rhode Island State tree is the red maple (1954). The Rhode Island State bird is the Rhode Island red hen (1954). The Rhode Island State shell is the quahog. The Rhode Island State mineral is bowenite (1966). The Rhode Island State stone is cumberlandite (1966). The Rhode Island State colors are blue, white and gold. The Rhode Island State song is Rhode Island, It's for Me; (1996).
  • South Carolina South Carolina
    South Carolina is nicknamed the Palmetto State, and entered into Statehood on May 23, 1788. The South Carolina State Capital is Columbia, and the state has two mottos which are animis opibusque parati which means prepared in mind and resources, and dum spiro spero which means while I breathe, I hope. The South Carolina State flower is the Carolina yellow jessamine (1924). The South Carolina State tree is the palmetto tree (1939). The South Carolina State bird is the Carolina wren (1948). The South Carolina State song is Carolina; (1911).
  • South Dakota South Dakota
    South Dakota is nicknamed Mount Rushmore State and the Coyote State, and entered into Statehood on November 2, 1889. The South Dakota State Capital is Pierre, and the The South Dakota State motto is under God, the people rule. The South Dakota State flower is the American pasqueflower (1903). The South Dakota State grass is Western wheat grass (1970). The South Dakota State tree is the black hills spruce (1947). The South Dakota State bird is the ring-necked pheasant (1943). The South Dakota State insect is the honeybee (1978). The South Dakota State animal is the coyote (1949), The South Dakota State mineral is rose quartz (1966). The South Dakota State gemstone is fairburn agate (1966). The South Dakota State colors are blue and gold. The South Dakota State fish is the walleye (1982). The South Dakota State song is Hail! South Dakota; (1943). The South Dakota State musical instrument is the fiddle (1989).
  • Tennessee Tennessee
    Tennessee is nicknamed the Volunteer State, and entered into Statehood on June 1, 1796. The Tennessee State Capital is Nashville, and the Tennessee State state motto is Agriculture and Commerce (1987). The Tennessee State flower is the iris (1933). The Tennessee State tree is the tulip poplar (1947). The Tennessee State bird is the mockingbird (1933). The Tennessee State horse is the Tennessee walking horse. The Tennessee State animal is the raccoon (1971). The Tennessee State wildflower is the passion flower (1973).
  • Texas Texas
    Texas is nicknamed the Lone Star State, and entered into Statehood on December 29, 1845. The Texas State Capital is Austin, and the The Texas State motto is friendship. The Texas State flower is the bluebonnet (1901). The Texas State tree is the pecan (1919). The Texas State bird is the mockingbird (1927). The Texas State song is "Texas, Our Texas" (1929). The Texas State fish is the guadalupe bass (1989). The Texas State dish is chili (1977). The Texas State fruit is the Texas red grapefruit (1993). The Texas State gemstone is the Lone Star cut (1977). The Texas State grass is sideoats grass (1971). The Texas State reptile is the horned lizard (1993). The Texas State plant is the prickly pear cactus.
  • Utah Utah
    Utah is nicknamed the Beehive State, and entered into Statehood on January 4, 1896. The Utah State Capital is Salt Lake City, and the The Utah State motto is Industry. The Utah State flower is the sego lily (1911). The Utah State tree is the blue spruce (1933). The Utah State bird is the California gull (1955). The Utah State emblem is the beehive (1959). The Utah State song is Utah, We Love Thee; (1953). The Utah State gem is the topaz. The Utah State animal is the Rocky Mountain elk (1971). The Utah State insect is the honeybee (1983). The Utah State grass is Indian rice grass (1990). The Utah State fossil is the allosaurus (1988). The Utah State fish is the Bonneville cutthroat trout (1997). The Utah State rock is coal (1991).
  • Vermont Vermont
    Vermont is nicknamed the Green Mountain State, and entered into Statehood on March 4, 1791. The Vermont State Capital is Montpelier, and the The Vermont State motto is Vermont, Freedom and Unity. The Vermont State flower is the red clover (1894). The Vermont State tree is the sugar maple (1949). The Vermont State bird is the hermit thrush (1941). The Vermont State animal is the Morgan horse (1961). The Vermont State insect is the honeybee (1978). The Vermont State song is These Green Mountains; (2000).
  • Virginia Virginia
    Virginia has two nicknames, The Old Dominion and the Mother of Presidents, and entered into Statehood on June 25, 1788. The Virginia State Capital is Richmond, and the Virginia State motto is sic semper tyrannis which means thus always to tyrants. The Virginia State flower is the American dogwood (1918). The Virginia State bird is the cardinal (1950). The Virginia State dog is the American foxhound (1966). The Virginia State shell is the oyster (1974). The Virginia State tree is the dogwood (1956).
  • Washington Washington
    Washington is nicknamed the Evergreen State, and entered into Statehood on November 11, 1889. The Washington State Capital is Olympia, and the Washington State motto is Al-Ki, which is an Indian word meaning by and by;. The Washington State flower is the coast rhodendendron (1892). The Washington State tree is the western hemlock (1947). The Washington State bird is the willow goldfinch (1951). The Washington State fish is the steelhead trout (1969). The Washington State gem is petrified wood (1975). The Washington State colors are green and gold (1925). The Washington State grass is bluebunch wheatgrass (1989). The Washington State insect is the blue darner dragonfly (1997). The Washington State fossil is the Columbian mammoth (1998). The Washington State fruit is apple (1989).
  • West Virginia West Virginia
    West Virginia is nicknamed the Mountain State, and entered into Statehood on June 20, 1863. The West Virginia State Capital is Charleston, and the West Virginia State motto is montani semper liberi which means mountaineers are always free. The West Virginia State flower is the rhododendron (1903). The West Virginia State tree is the sugar maple (1949). The West Virginia State bird is the cardinal (1949). The West Virginia State animal is the black bear (1973). The West Virginia State colors are blue and gold (1863).
  • Wisconsin Wisconsin
    Wisconsin is nicknamed the Badger State, and entered into Statehood on May 29, 1848. The Wisconsin State Capital is Madison, and the Wisconsin State motto is Forward. The Wisconsin State flower is the wood violet (1949). The Wisconsin State tree is the sugar maple (1949). The Wisconsin State grain is corn (1990). The Wisconsin State bird is the robin (1949). The Wisconsin State animal is the badger. The Wisconsin State wild animal is the white-tailed deer (1957) and the domestic animal is the dairy cow (1971). The Wisconsin State insect is the honeybee (1977). The Wisconsin State fish is the musky (1955). The Wisconsin State mineral is galena (1971). The Wisconsin State fossil is the trilobite (1985). The Wisconsin State dog is the American Water Spaniel (1986). The Wisconsin State ballad is Oh Wisconsin, Land of my Dreams; (2001).
  • Wyoming Wyoming
    Wyoming is nicknamed the Equality State, and entered into Statehood on July 10, 1890. The Wyoming State Capital is Cheyenne, and the Wyoming State motto is equal rights (1955). The Wyoming State flower is the Indian paintbrush (1917). The Wyoming State tree is the cottonwood (1947). The Wyoming State bird is the western meadowlark (1927). The Wyoming State dinosaur is the Triceratops (1994). The Wyoming State fish is the cutthroat trout (1987). The Wyoming State fossil is the Knightia (1987). The Wyoming State gemstone is jade (1967). The Wyoming State insignia is the bucking horse. The Wyoming State mammal is the bison (1985). The Wyoming State reptile is the horned toad (1993). The Wyoming State song is Wyoming; (1955).