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Jennnifer Carroll And Davion Hardy

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Student presentation of NC Symbols.

Student presentation of NC Symbols.

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  • 1. North Carolina Symbols By Jennifer Carroll and Davion Hardy
  • 2. MAP
  • 3. Governor
    • Bev Perdue
    • 1 st woman governor of NC
  • 4. THE CAPITAL CITY IS RALEIGH
    • THE NAME OF CAPITAL CITY IS RALEIGH
    • Raleigh created in 1792.
    • Raleigh is a pretty place to live in.
  • 5. State Bird
    • the state bird was
    • Adopted in 1943.
    • The state bird name
    • Is name cardinal.
  • 6. STATE FLOWER
    • By the end of the 1930s, a movement had gained steam to adopt an official state flower in North Carolina.
  • 7. NICKNAME
    • The old north state.
    • Carolina.
    • Tar heel states
  • 8. STATE SEAL
    • The state Seal of
    • North Carolina has
    • seen many changes
    • since its origins in
    • 1663.
  • 9. THE OLD NORTH STATE SONG
    • The song known as "The Old North State" was adopted as the official song of the State of North Carolina by the General Assembly of 1927
  • 10. THE STATE TREE
    • The state tree
    • Is named pine.
    • They are both
    • Green.
  • 11. THE STATE FLAG
    • THE STATE FLAG
    • IS RED;WHITE AND
    • BLUE.
    • THE STATE FLAG
    • AS BEEN AROUND
    • A LONG TIME.
  • 12. 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