Utah Facts And Symbols by Kathy FeeneyWe live in Utah so I thought my 8-year-old would enjoy a book with facts about his state. I liked that it had pictures for all the main facts.
It starts with a map and facts about Utah (capital city, size, location, population, statehood, crops, etc).
It talks about how the state got the nickname The Beehive State, the state seal, motto, capital, flag, bird, tree, flower, and animal.
It briefly mentions some other state symbols like the state cooking pot, fossil, grass, insect, centennial star, and a few places like Bryce Canyon, Dinosaur National Monument and the Great Salt Lake.
Utah State Symbols
State Animal: Rocky Mountain Elk. State Bird: California Seagull. State Cooking Pot: Dutch Oven. State Emblem: Beehive. State Fish: Bonneville Cutthroat Trout. State Flag: State Flag and Seal.
Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of Utah - places to see in Utah - landmarks, parks, historic markers, cities and towns - learn the culture and history of.
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Fun fact: The original Utah flag, adopted in , had similar imagery but was a simple white-on-blue design. Governor William Spry updated it in after red, yellow, green and brown thread were invented., List order by Designation by Year of adoption.
Williams introduced Senate Bill No. The sego lily Calochortus nuttallii Torr. The legislation was signed by Governor William Spry on March 18, Kate C. The memory of this use, quite as much as the natural beauty of the flower, caused it to be selected in after years by the Legislature as the floral emblem of the state. The following information is excerpted from the Utah Statutes , Title 63, Chapter 13, Section TITLE