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USA State Symbols

USA state symbols represent a set of symbols pertaining to each and every state of USA. The country of United States of America uses various symbols to represent various aspects of its states like state bird, state flower, states fruit etc.

USA state symbols are the official symbols for each and every state of US representing the natural treasures and the cultural heritage of every individual state. endangers species like Mayflower, Louisiana Black Bear, Florida Panther, Texas Horned Lizard etc have also been used in the USA state symbols to make people realize their importance and to highlight the fact that they have not become endangered and hence should be saved.

USA state symbol section is ideal for educational purposes for both students and teachers. Comprehensive information can be taken from this section to prepare term papers and presentations. This section is also of interest to people who want to know more about the states of United Sates of America.


National Symbols/Emblem of the USA

DesignationSymbol / Emblem
FlagUnited States flag
National Anthem of USA"The Star-Spangled Banner"
National Motto"In God we trust"
ArboretumThe US National Arboretum, Washington DC
National SealThe Great Seal of United States of America
Currency of USAUnited States Dollar
Colorsred, white, blue
BirdBald Eagle
DanceSquare Dance (proposed)
TreeOak Tree

USA State Symbols

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Last Updated Date: October 11, 2016