North Carolina State Symbols and Official Adoptions: General Statutes

By Kelly Agan

North Carolina Government & Heritage Library, 2015

See also: North Carolina State Symbols and Official Adoptions; North Carolina State Symbols Interactive Timeline

State Symbol/Adoption

General Statute

State flower 

G.S. 145-1

State bird 

G.S. 145-2

State tree 

G.S. 145-3

State shell 

G.S. 145-4

State mammal 

G.S. 145-5

State saltwater fish 

G.S. 145-6

State insect 

G.S. 145-7

State stone 

G.S. 145-8

State reptile 

G.S. 145-9

State rock 

G.S. 145-10

State beverage 

G.S. 145-10.1

State historical boat 

G.S. 145-11

State language 

G.S. 145-12

The State dog 

G.S. 145-13

The State Military Academy 

G.S. 145-14

State tartan 

G.S. 145-15

State Watermelon Festivals 

G.S. 145-16

State vegetable 

G.S. 145-17

State fruit and State berries 

G.S. 145-18

State International Festival 

G.S. 145-19

State wildflower 

G.S. 145-20

State Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum and State Museum of Aviation 

G.S. 145-21

State carnivorous plant 

G.S. 145-22

State birthplace of traditional pottery 

G.S. 145-23

Official State dances 

G.S. 145-24

State Christmas tree 

G.S. 145-25

State freshwater trout 

G.S. 145-26

State Collard Festival 

G.S. 145-27

State food festival 

G.S. 145-28

State community theater 

G.S. 145-29

State potato festival 

G.S. 145-30

State horse 

G.S. 145-31

Honor and Remember Flag 

G.S. 145-32

State Shad Festival; Blue Monday Shad Fry 

G.S. 145-33

State herring festival 

G.S. 145-34

State mineral 

G.S. 145-35

State sport 

G.S. 145-36

State Shrimp Festival 

G.S. 145-37

State butterfly 

G.S. 145-38

State spring and fall livermush festivals 

G.S. 145-39

State mullet festival 

G.S. 145-40

State fossil 

G.S. 145-41

State frog 

G.S. 145-42

State salamander 

G.S. 145-43

State marsupial 

G.S. 145-44

State folk art 

G.S. 145-45

State art medium 

G.S. 145-46

State peanut festival 

G.S. 145-47

State Veterans Day parade 

G.S. 145-48




this really helps if you need to find a subject on somthing


state fruit have you not


We sure do, right underneath the state vegetable. 

Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library

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