What are the colors of each state?
- Arizona. Blue & Gold.
- California. Blue and Gold.
- Delaware. Colonial Blue and Buff.
- Hawaii. Island Colors.
- Louisiana. Blue, Gold, White.
- Massachusetts. Blue – Green – Cranberry.
- Red, White, and Blue.
- Nevada. Silver and Blue.
Why are there 8 stars on the Alaska flag?
The blue field represents the sky, the sea, and mountain lakes, as well as Alaska’s wildflowers. Emblazoned on the flag are eight gold stars: seven from the constellation Ursa Major, or the Big Dipper. The eighth being the North Star, representing the northernmost state.
What is our state motto?
List of U.S. state mottos
|State||Motto||Translation (If applicable)|
|Alabama||Audemus jura nostra defendere||(Latin, “We dare to defend our rights” or “We Dare Maintain Our Rights”)|
|Alaska||North to the Future|
|Arizona||Ditat Deus||(Latin, “God enriches”)|
|Arkansas||Regnat populus||(Latin, “The people rule”)|
What is the motto of Florida?
What is California’s state song?
What does gold symbolize in California?
Gold symbolizes the color of the precious mineral mined by the forty-niners from the hills of California. Gold is also the official state mineral, California’s state nickname is “the golden state,” and the golden California poppy is the state flower of California.