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Texas State Symbols

DesignationSymbol / Emblem
Texas State Air Force Confederate Air Force
(NOTE: This organization was renamed Commemorative Air Force, January, 2002.)
Texas State Bird Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos)
Texas State Bluebonnet City Ennis (more)
Texas State Festival The Chappell Hill Bluebonnet Festival
Bluebonnet Trail Ennis ( Festival )
Texas State Bread Pan De Campo (Cowboy Bread)
Cooking Implement Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Dinosaur Brachiosaur sauropod, Pleurocoelus
Texas State Dish Chili
Texas State Dog Breed Blue Lacy
Texas State Fiber/Fabric Cotton
Texas State Fish Guadalupe Bass (Micropterus treculi)
Texas State Flag Flag of Texas
Texas State Flower Bluebonnet (Lupinus subcarnosus) ( More )
Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis)
Texas State Flower Song Bluebonnets, written by Julia D. Booth and Lora C. Crockett - Adopted with House Concurrent Resolution No. 24 on March 21, 1933.
Texas State Folk Dance Square Dance
Texas State Flying Mammal Mexican Free-tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis)
Texas State Fruit Texas Red Grapefruit
Texas State Gemstone Texas Blue Topaz
Texas State Gemstone Cut Lonestar Cut
Texas State Grass Sideoats grama
Texas State Health Nut Pecan Home Fruit Production, Pecans
Texas State Insect Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus)
Large Mammal Longhorn ( More )
Musical Instrument Guitar
Native Pepper Chiltepin
Native Shrub Texas Purple Sage
Texas State Pastries Sopaipilla and Strudel (Until January 31, 2005)
Texas State Pepper Jalapeno Pepper Profile: Jalapeno
Texas State Plant Prickly Pear Cactus
Texas State Plays The Lone Star, "Texas, Beyond Sundown", "Fandangle"
Railroad Texas State Railroad
Reptile Horned Lizard
Shell Lightning Whelk
Texas State Ship U.S.S. Texas
Texas State Shrub Crape Myrtle
Small Mammal 9-Banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus)
Texas State Snack Tortilla Chips and Salsa
Texas State Song Texas, Our Texas, words by William J. Marsh and Gladys Yoakum Wright, music by William J. Marsh
Texas State Sport Rodeo
Texas State Stone Petrified Palmwood
Tall Ship Elissa
Texas State Tartan Texas Bluebonnet ( History )
Tejano Music Hall of Fame Tejano Music Hall of Fame Museum, Alice
Texas State Tree Pecan (Carya illinoensis)
Texas State Vegetable Sweet Onion
Texas State Vehicle Chuckwagon


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