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Arkansas State Symbols

Designation Symbol / Emblem
American Folk Dance Square Dance
Anthem Arkansas by Mrs. Eva Ware Barnett
Bird Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos)
Beverage Milk
Creed The Arkansas Creed
Flag Flag of Arkansas
Floral Emblem Apple Blossom
Fruit South Arkansas Vine Ripe Pink Tomato
Gem Diamond
Historical Song The Arkansas Traveler Lyrics by the Arkansas State Song Selection Committee (1947) and Music by Colonel Sanford (Sandy) Faulkner (about 1850)
Historic Cooking Vessel Dutch Oven
Insect Honeybee (Apis mellifera)
Language English
Mammal White-tailed Deer
Mineral Quartz Crystal
Musical Instrument Fiddle
Poet Laureate The Governor is authorized to designate or appoint, by proclamation, a Poet Laureate of the State of Arkansas.
Purple Martin Capital of Arkansas, Northwest Fort Smith
Purple Martin Capital of Arkansas, Southeast Lake Village
Rock Bauxite
Soil Stuttgart Soil Series*
Song Arkansas (You Run Deep in Me) by Wayland Holyfield
Oh, Arkansas by Terry Rose, Gary Klaff
Tree Pine Tree
Trout Capital of the U.S.A. Cotter
Vegetable South Arkansas Vine Ripe Pink Tomato

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Last Updated Date: October 11, 2016