Utah Symbols CN

Rocky Mountain Elk

The american elk was named by early English colonist
Bee hive The bee hive rebel sent industry it became the state emblem in 1959
Sego Lily: The flower was approved on March 18,1911
Cherry these cherry's were grown in Utah.
Bonneville Cutt Throat Trout. It has 15 recognized species.
Industry It became the state motto in March 4 1959
Utah this is the place In 2003 Utah state legend was voted to change.
Topaz The Topaz became the state gem in 1969
Spanish sweet onion was named the state veggie in 2002
The quaking Aspen was chosen to be our state tree in 2014
Utah State flag was excepted in 1911
The Allosaurus was designated the State Fossil in 1988
The Sea Gull was selected as the state Bird in 1955
Copper was excepted in 1949 to be the state Mineral.


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