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AR State Symbols

Last Updated: May 23rd, 2010 - 21:01:09


Symbols for Arkansas: Geological and Archeological Symbols
By Nora Kirkeby
Aug 23, 2006, 13:17 PST

State Gemstones, State Rocks, State Fossils, and State Minerals

Image © Roger Weller of Cochise College
Alabama State Gem

Diamonds are the official gemstones of Arkansas. Learn about them and have fun with the provided coloring page.
Source: Secretary of State

Arkansas State Mineral
This site includes the chemical equations for each of the minerals. It explains why quartz was chosen for Arkansas, and when it was adopted.
Source: State Minerals

Image courtesy the US Committee on Resources, the US House of Representatives
Arkansas State Mineral (Quartz)
Learn about the various types of quartz at this colorful site with great photographs.
Source: SHG Resources

Arkansas State Rock
Bauxite was designated Arkansas’ state rock in 1967. Wikipedia has information on the various bauxite types, and its origins. Learn all about it.
Source: Wikipedia

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