Ky ALHN Archives

A special project of Kentucky ALHN

Updated Wednesday, November 14, 2007.

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Population: 3,960,825 (12/99)   Area: 40,411 sq. mi.
Capitol: Frankfort   State Rock:  Kentucky agate
State Bird:  Cardinal   State Flower:  Goldenrod
State Wild Game Animal:  Gray Squirrel   State Horse:  Thoroughbred
State Fossil:  Brachiopod   State Butterfly:  Viceroy butterfly
State Gemstone:  Freshwater Pearl   State Arboretum:  Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest
State Bluegrass Song:  "Blue Moon of Kentucky"   State Song:  "My Old Kentucky Home"
State Fish:  Kentucky Spotted Bass   State Tree:  Tulip Poplar
State Mineral: Coal   State Musical Instrument: Appalachian Dulcimer
State Motto:  United we stand, divided we fall
State Nickname:  Bluegrass State

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Updated Wednesday, November 14, 2007.

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