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State Symbols and Official Adoptions

An adult male cardinalFrom the State Dog to the State Beverage to the State Vegetable, browse the varied list of official North Carolina symbols, emblems, and other official adoptions. This list is updated as new state symbols and adoptions are designated by the General Assembly.

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--NCpedia's State Symbols and Other Official Adoptions Interactive Timeline.

--North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 145: State Symbols and Other Official Adoptions.

--Related student activity guide from LEARN NC: North Carolina Scavenger Hunt

--Articles on State Symbols in NCpedia

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this site helped me with my project thx but what are some interesting facts about NC

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So glad to hear it! 

And for interesting facts, you have tried the "Quick Facts" page? http://ncpedia.org/about/quickfacts

If that doesn't help, and there is a specific fact you are looking for, you may also contact Reference Services at the Government & Heritage Library at http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/contact.html. Or, call your local public library.

I hope this helps!

--Michelle Czaikowski, Digital Projects Manager, Government & Heritage Library

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sweeeeeet

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This is a GREAT site!! It really helped me with my NC history project. Thanks!

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Fantastic! So glad we could help! 

--Michelle Czaikowski, Digital Projects Librarian, Government & Heritage Library

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thanks

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