New York State Symbols

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New York State Symbols

New York State Symbolsby Paris Spencer and Sydney Huse

State Tree: Sugar Maple

Statue of Liberty

New York:New York has a population of 19,651,127 people. New York has the third highest population after California and Texas. The major industries in New York are finance, communications, international trade, publishing, fashion, farming, and tourism. New York had many monuments including The Statue of Liberty, Grant's Tomb, Grand Army Plaza, Washington Square Archs, Columbus Circle Fountain, 9/11 Memorial. New York also has many skyscrapers including Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, One World Trade Center, 40 Wall Street, Rockafeller Center, and the Exxon Building. These are just a few of the many New York skyscrapers.

State Animal:BEAVERNew York adopted the beaver as their official state animal in 1975.

State Bird:EASTERN BLUEBIRDThe Eastern Bluebird was adopted by New York as the official state bird in 1970.

Times Square

State Slogan

State Flag and Slogan

adopted in 1956

Empire State

State Flower:ROSENew York made the rose their state flower in 1955.

State Capitol:ALBANYAlbany has a population of 98,424.


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