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Massachusetts State Symbols

DesignationSymbol / Emblem
Bean Baked Navy Bean
Berry Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)
Beverage Cranberry Juice
Bird Chickadee (Penthestes atricapillus)
Building & Monument Stone Granite
Cat Tabby Cat (Felis familiaris)
Ceremonial March The Road to Boston Composer unknown.
Children's Author and Illustrator Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss
Children's Book Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey
Citizenry Bay Staters
Cookie Chocolate Chip Cookie
Dessert Boston Cream Pie
Dog Boston Terrier (Canis familiaris bostenensis)
Donut Boston Cream Donut
Explorer Rock Dighton Rock
Fish Cod (Gadus morrhua)
Flag Massachusetts Flag
Flower or Floral Emblem Mayflower (Epigaea repens)
Folk Dance Square Dance
Folk Hero Johnny Appleseed
Folk Song Massachusetts words and music by Arlo Guthrie
Fossil Dinosaur Tracks
Game Bird Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)
Gem Rhodonite
Glee Club Song The Great State of Massachusetts, words by George A. Wells, and music by J. Earl Bley
Heroine Deborah Samson
Historical Rock Plymouth Rock
Horse Morgan Horse (Equus cabullus morganensis)
Insect Ladybug ( More )
Marine Mammal Right Whale (Eubabalena glacialis)
Mineral Babingtonite
Ode Ode to the Commonwealth words and music by Joseph Falzone
Muffin Corn Muffin
Patriotic Song Massachusetts (Because of You Our Land is Free) words and music by Bernard Davidson
Poem Blue Hills of Massachusetts composed by Katherine E. Mullen
Polka Say Hello to Someone in Massachusetts by Lenny Gomulka
Rock Roxbury Puddingstone (Roxbury Conglomerate)
Shell New England Neptune (Neptuna lyrata decemcostata)
Soil Paxton Soil Series*
Song All Hail to Massachusetts words and music by Arthur J. Marsh
Tree American Elm (Ulmus americana)
Veterans of Southwest Asia War Monument Worcester, Desert Calm Committee, Inc.
Vietnam War Memorial Memorial in Worcester


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