The state tree of New York is the sugar maple, which is sometimes called the hard maple or rock maple. This tree was adopted as New York's official state tree in 1956. More »

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The New York state flower is the rose, regardless of its species or color. It was officially adopted on April 20, 1955. Traditionally, the rose is a symbol of love, beauty and compassion. More »

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The state motto of New York is "Excelsior," meaning "Ever Upward." The motto is inscribed on the Great Seal, state flag and Device of Arms, otherwise known as the coat of arms, of New York. More »

New York is one of the 50 states located in the United States of America. It is situated in the Mid-Atlantic region of the eastern seaboard and is part of the geographical grouping of states called the Northeast. More »

New York is located in the United States of America, situated in the northeastern side of the country. The boundary length of New York is 2,301 kilometers. More »

The state motto of New York is "Excelsior," meaning "Ever Upward." The motto is inscribed on the Great Seal, state flag and Device of Arms, otherwise known as the coat of arms, of New York. More »

New York's natural resources include minerals and elements such as lead, talc and zinc as well as petroleum, salt, fertile soils and rich clay deposits. New York has a diverse topography and numerous climate regions, whi... More »

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