Utah Symbols S.J.B By: Stephanie

Rocky Mountain Elk It was named by the first English Colonists.
Beehive March 4th, 1959 was the day when the beehive became the official state emblem.
Sego Lilly was adopted on March 18 1911
Cherries are grown in Utah.
The Bonneville Cutthroat trout was a good food source for Indians and the Mormon Pioneers.
It was also made state motto on March 4 1959
It has 8-9 verses
1969 was the day the topaz became the sate gem.
The Spanish sweet onion became the state vegetable in 2002
2014 Was the day it became the state tree.
It became the state flag in 1775.
1988 was the yearit was made the state fossil.
The California seagull saved the crops from crickets in 1848.
It was past by the state legislator in 1994.

Credits:

Created with images by cluczkow - "elk" • Gellinger - "building the hive combs" • USFWS Mountain Prairie - "A Delicate Beauty" • Identity Photogr@phy - "Cherrys" • paulbr75 - "saltwater sea trout trout" • bradleygee - "beehive (3)" • cocoparisienne - "piano keyboard keys" • Mauro Cateb - "Treated Brazilian blue topazes" • Jenn Durfey - "Onion Macro" • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Midwest Region - "Quaking aspen" • Texas State Library and Archives Commission - "Seal of the United States on the Entry Doors to the Lorenzo de Zavala Building" • brettneilson - "Horse" • judithscharnowski - "seagull monterey ocean" • schizoform - "20120630 copper"

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