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Final Study Guide

by: Maria Martinez

Final Study Guide HIST 2030

Maria Martinez
GPA 3.5
Tennessee History
Derek W Frisby

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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Maria Martinez on Saturday December 5, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to HIST 2030 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Derek W Frisby in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 48 views. For similar materials see Tennessee History in History at Middle Tennessee State University.


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Date Created: 12/05/15
Final Study Guide History 2030 E 0 Named Tennessee s state ower in 1939 Passion ower 0 Tennessee recognized the passion ower genus Passi ora as the official state ower in 1919 Honeybee o The honeybee was recognized as the official state agricultural insect of Tennessee in 1990 Ladybug o Designated an official state insect of Tennessee in 1975 Fire o The fire y was designated the official state insect of Tennessee in 1975 Eastern Box Turtle o The Eastern box turtle was designated the official state reptile of Tennessee in 1995 Cave salamander o The Tennessee cave salamander was designated as the official state amphibian of Tennessee in 1995 Tennessee State Flag 0 The state ag of Tennessee has three stars representing the quotgrand diVisionsquot of the state East Middle and West 0 The stars are quotbound together in indissoluble unity by an unending white bandquot 0 Officially adopted in 1905 0 Designed by LeRoy Reeves of the Third Regiment Tennessee Infantry Tulip Popular 0 The tulip poplar was officially recognized as the state tree of Tennessee in 1947 0 Tennessee My Tennessee 0 Oh Tennessee My Tennessee was adopted as the official Tennessee state poem in 1973 0 Naval Admiral William Lawrence composed this poem while enduring a 60 day period of solitary confinement in a North Vietnamese prisoner of war camp Zebra Swallowtail o The zebra swallowtail butter y was designated the official state butter y of Tennessee in 1995 When Its Iris Time in Tennessee 0 Tennessee designated as an official state song in 1935 written by Willa Waid Newman Rocky Top 0 Tennessee designated Rocky Top by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant as an official state song in 1982 Tennessee Waltz 0 Tennessee designated Tennessee Waltz by Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King as an official state song in 1965


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