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NOTE: North & Central Coast + South Coast can be considered the same thing.<br />4 REGIONS<br />
CALIFORNIA BEAR FLAG<br />The grizzly bear represented the many bears seen in the state and the star imitated the lone star of Texas. This flag was <br />raised in<br />revolt against<br />Mexican rule on<br />June 14, 1846 <br />but was not<br />adopted until 1911.<br />
State Mammal<br />GRAY WHALE<br />State Bird<br />CALIFORNIA VALLEY QUAIL<br />
State Fish<br />State Flower<br />CALIFORNIA<br />POPPY<br />GOLDEN<br />TROUT<br />
State Tree<br />It is an evergreen, long-living tree and is one of the tallest in the world.<br />CALIFORNIA REDWOOD<br />
State Insect<br />State<br />Reptile<br />DESERT TORTOISE<br />DOGFACE<br />BUTTERFLY<br />
Gold Rush<br />The California Gold Rush began on January 24, 1848 when James W. Marshall discovered gold. News of his discovery brought over 300,000 people to the land, which developed overtime, and eventually became a part of the United States.<br />
“GOLDEN STATE”<br />California’s name traces back to the discovery of gold in 1848. <br />Ever since then, structures like the Golden Museum or the <br />Golden Gate Bridge were named that way to honor California<br />