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Symbols for Connecticut
By ClassBrain Staff
Sep 7, 2006, 10:03 PST



Connecticut Art and Theatre Symbols
  • Connecticut State Composer: Charles Ives
  • Connecticut State Folk Dance: Square Dance
  • Connecticut State Poet Laureate
  • Connecticut State Troubador
Connecticut Botanical and Garden Symbols
  • Connecticut State Flower: Mountain Laurel
  • Connecticut State Tree: Charter Oak


Connecticut Geological and Archaeological Symbols
  • Connecticut State Fossil: Eubrontes giganteus
  • Connecticut State Mineral: Garnet


Connecticut Legislative Symbols
  • Connecticut State Coat of Arms (Armonial Bearings)
  • Connecticut State Flag
  • Connecticut State Seal
  • Connecticut State Song: Yankee Doodle



Connecticut Living Symbols (Animals and Fauna)
  • Connecticut State Animal: Sperm Whale
  • Connecticut State Bird: American Robin
  • Connecticut State Fish: American Shad
  • Connecticut State Insect: Praying Mantis
  • Connecticut State Shellfish: Oyster
Connecticut Miscellaneous Symbols
  • Connecticut State Hero: Nathan Hale
  • Connecticut State Heroine: Prudence Crandall
  • Connecticut State Ship: USS Nautilus
  • Connecticut State Tartan

State Symbols

Connecticut State Sites & Symbols
Tradition, patriotism, and pride in Connecticut have resulted in the official adoption of these emblems and symbols. Below are direct links to some of the more popular state symbols:
The State Seal
The State Flag
The State Tree
The State Flower
The State Bird
Source: State of Connecticut

Connecticut State Symbols
Come explore the state symbols with an easy navigation. Click on the pictures for more information.
Source: ConneCTKids - State of Connecticut

State Symbols and Their Significance
Though this site has no pictures, it has incredible information about each symbols historical significance relating to Connecticut
Source: Key to the City


Recommended Reading

Connecticut Facts and Symbols (The States and their Symbols)
These easy-to-read books make report writing easy. A fast-fact section in each volume introduces students to basic information, including the state's capital city, largest city, physical size, population, date and rank of statehood, natural resources, important farm products, and primary manufactured goods. The text covers major state symbols, such as the state flag, seal, bird, tree, flower, animal, and more. Click on the link above to buy this book at Amazon.com.

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