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Hi, I am in fourth grade. I live in NJ and I am doing a report about NC for our state fair. My book says the state flower is the Flowering Dogwood, but someone here said the Flowering Lily. Is that the same thing?

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Hello, 

Great question. We have pages on NCpedia for state symbols. The Dogwood is the state flower (see article at https://ncpedia.org/symbols/flower) and the Carolina Lily is the state wildflower (see article at https://ncpedia.org/symbols/wildflower). 

Hope that helps and good luck on your report!

Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library

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Hi, I was disappointed that there isn't a coloring page for the Srate Flower, the Carolina Lily. Will there be one soon or do you need someone to draw it?
Thanks,
Robin

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Hello, 

I have contacted the NCpedia staff about your question and hopefully you will hear back from them soon. 

Thank you!

Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library

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The link for the oragami book is not linking to it, it's linking to the NC Quiz.

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Thanks Kelly!

We will update you once we fix the link.

Francesca Evans, Government & Heritage Library

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hello do know how to sign in

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Hi Felicity!

Thank you for your question and for visiting NCpedia! What are you trying to sign in to?

Sincerely,

Taylor Thompson, Government & Heritage Library

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Hi! I was wondering if that link to the origami books was going to be fixed? I would love to use it with my students. Thanks!

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I dont know if there fixed

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