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State Symbols and Official Adoptions

An adult male cardinalFrom the State Dog to the State Beverage to the State Vegetable, browse the varied list of official North Carolina symbols, emblems, and other official adoptions. This list is updated as new state symbols and adoptions are designated by the General Assembly.
North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 145: State Symbols and Other Official Adoptions.

Related student activity guide from LEARN NC: North Carolina Scavenger Hunt

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hi

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were is ask nc knows box at cause i need to know something and that is dumb

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Hi Willow,

The "Ask NCknows" box will show up when Librarians at Ask NCknows are online and you'll see it in the upper right part of the NCpedia screen below the red menu.  If you don't see the chat box, you'll see an envelope to email us at NCpedia to ask your question.  It looks like this:

   

You can also go directly to NCknows at their website http://ncknows.org/.

I hope this helps!

Kelly Agan, Government & Heritage Library

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this site is.................................................................................................awsome

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You can get a lot of info about North Carolina on this website.

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i didn't find what i needed and the people who say this is boring just don't say anything

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this didn't help a lot at all because for my project i need certain information and this site didn't give it to me but thanks for some of the info. Watch my mine-craft videos and Sim videos.

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This has like literally no facts i need at all!!! and what happened to chat with a librarian! i need that!

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Hi Ryann,

Thanks for visiting NCpedia and taking the time to leave your comment.  Please let us know what facts you would like to see!  We are always trying to improve NCpedia content.  

Also, make sure you click on the blue text for each of the symbols to see the facts for each of the state symbols.  The page you commented on is primarily a list of symbols with links to the article for each.

And you'll be happy to know that you can chat with a librarian!  If you look in the upper right section of this screen you'll see a box with "Ask NCknows."  When the box indicates that librarians are online you can type in the box to start a live chat.  You can also follow this link to the NCknows website, it's open 24/7! http://ncknows.org/

 

Kelly Agan, NCpedia Digital Media Librarian

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try this website

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