|Designation||Symbol / Emblem|
|American Folk Art||The Charles I.D. Looff Carousel (also known as the Crescent Park Carousel)|
|Bird||Rhode Island Red|
|Fish||Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis)|
|Flag||Flag of Rhode Island|
|Flagship & Tall Ship Ambassador||Replica of the Continental sailing vessel known as "Providence"|
|Flower||Violet (Viola sororia)|
|Fruit||Rhode Island Greening (Apple)|
|March||Rhode Island words and music by T. Clark Brown - Adopted as State Song.
Re-designated State "March" when "Rhode Island's It For Me" replaced it as State Song.
|Shell||Quahaug (Mercenaria mercenaria)|
|Song||Rhode Island's It For Me lyrics by Charlie Hall, music by Maria Day, arranged by Kathryn Chester
Replaced "Rhode Island", words and music by T. Clark Brown, as state song.
|Tartan||(a) The St. Andrews Society of RI, Inc. is authorized to create, authenticate and register, at the sole expense of the society, the official tartan of the state, to be called "the state of Rhode Island tartan". (b) For the purposes of this section, "tartan" means any of many textile patterns consisting of stripes of varying widths and colors crossed at right angles against a solid background, each forming a distinctive design worn by the members of a Scottish clan.|
|Tree||Red Maple (Acer rubrum) Virginia Tech Athenic Systems|
|Yacht||Twelve-meter yacht "Courageous"|
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