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  • North Carolina symbols By;Chamonta and Warrez
  • North Carolina Map
  • The State Capital
    • North Carolina state capital’s name is Raleigh otherwise known as the pride of the state.
    • It was built in 1833-1840,the granite building is more than 150 years old.
    • Raleigh a city specifically created in 1792 to serve as North Carolina’s permanent capital.
  • North Carolina Governor
    • A world leader in information infraststructure solution.
    • Adding 397 jobs over the next five years will invest in $ 280 million
    • Information technology companies provide sustainable well- p1aying
    • jobs for more than 100,000 workers in North Carolina.
  • State Bird
    • Cardinal
    • was adopted as the official state bird of North Carolina on March 4, 1943.
  • State Motto
    • Motto, Esse Quam Videri is the state motto.
    • "Fewer possess virtue, than those who wish us to believe that they possess it." ( Giga Quotes , under "Virtue") Until the act of 1893,
    • North Carolina had no motto, being one of the few states.
  • Nick names
    • Carolina
    • The Old North State
    • The tar heel state
  • The State Seal
    • Trace the evolution of the Great Seal of the State of North Carolina .
    • The state seal of North Carolina has seen many changes since it origins in 1663.
  • Dogwood
    • The dog wood is the special flower for North Carolina.
    • The General Assembly of 1941 designated the dogwood as the State Flower.
  • The song
    • The song known as "The Old North State" was adopted as the official song of the State of North Carolina .
    • The name the old north state.
  • The State Tree The Long Leaf Pine
    • The pine was officially designated as the State Tree by the General Assembly of 1963.
    • The General Assembly of 1941 designated the dogwood as the State Flower.
  • State Flag
    • This is a State flag of red and white and blue
    • That above the star in the center of the union there shall be a gilt scroll in semi-circular form, containing in black letters this inscription "May 20th, 1775’’.
  • References Pictures and information taken from the following sites:
    • www. enchantedlearning .com/ usa /states/ northcarolina
    • www. consultwebs .com/ ncphotos / nc _state_capitol.html
    • www.cr. nps . gov /nr/ twhp / wwwlps /lessons/61capitol/61capitol. htm
    • www.governor.state. nc .us
    • www. netstate .com/states/ symb / nc _ symb . htm
    • statelibrary . dcr .state. nc .us/ nc /symbols/symbols. htm
    • www.50states.com/ ncarolin . htm