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List of Alaska state symbols

 

List of Alaska state symbols

Location of the state of Alaska in the United States of America

The following is a list of symbols of the U.S. state of Alaska.

Contents

  • State Insignia 1
  • Flora 2
  • Fauna 3
  • Geology 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

State Insignia

Type Symbol Year Image
Flag of Alaska The North Star and the Big Dipper on a field of blue 1900 Alaska flag
Seal The Seal of the state of Alaska 1959 Seal of Alaska
Motto North to the future 1967

Flora

Type Symbol Year Image
Flower Forget-me-not 1917
Tree Sitka Spruce 1962 Sitka Spruce

Fauna

Type Symbol Year Image
Bird Willow ptarmigan 1955 Willow Ptarmigan
Dog Alaskan Malamute 2010 Alaskan Malamute
Fish King salmon 1962 King salmon
Insect Four-spot skimmer dragonfly 1995 Libellulidae
Land mammal Moose 1998 Moose
Marine mammal Bowhead whale 1983 Bowhead whale

Geology

Type Symbol Year Image
Fossil Woolly Mammoth 1986 Woolly Mammoth
Gem Jade 1968 Jade
Mineral Gold 1968 Gold
Type Symbol Year Image
Quarters Alaska State Quarter 2008 Alaska State Quarter
Song Alaska's Flag 1959
Sport Dog Mushing 1972 Dog Mushing

See also

External links

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