Utah Symbols H.W By: Halle walker

It was first named by the English Colonist.
The bee hive represents industry it became the state emblem in 1959.
The sago lily was approved on March 18th 1911.
A cherry was an officel fruit in 1997.
It has it's recognized sub spies.
It became the motto on March 4th 1959.
The song was voted on in 2003.
It became the state gem in 1969.
It became the state vegetable in 2002.
It was chosen in 20014.
It was designed in 1775.
It was a fossil in 1988.
It was the state bird in 1955.
It became the state mineral in 1994.

Credits:

Created with images by ahisgett - "Male Elk" • Enokson - "Bee-Hive Yourself!" • Bessi - "flower lily lilium candidum" • tpsdave - "cherry cherries tree" • Samueles - "fish water sweet water" • Tim Green aka atoach - "Hive" • Horia Varlan - "Quarter and eighth notes on a score" • johnno49 - "gem blue topaz gemstone" • SamahR - "Onions" • mcmacin - "aspen colorado mountains quaking" • DonkeyHotey - "Department of State Seal" • DariuszSankowski - "dinosaur gad mammal" • Ben124. - "Bird" • slgckgc - "Pennies"

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