The Symbols of Texas

The Symbols of Texas
The Lone Star State
Texas is a big state with
many important symbols.
One of our most famous symbols is
Flags are symbols.
Texas has had six different flags in its history.
This is the
special flag
Texas has
It is red,
white, and
blue, like
the U.S.
flag, but it
only has
one star.
Texas has a
It is known
as the Lone
Star State.
We say the Texas pledge.
"Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee,
Texas, one and indivisible."
Texas, our Texas! All hail the mighty state!
Texas, our Texas! So wonderful so great!
Boldest and grandest, Withstanding ev'ry test;
O Empire wide and glorious, You stand
supremely blest.
God bless you Texas! And keep you brave and
That you may grow in power and worth,
Thro'out the ages long.
Click on the Web site below to hear the state anthem.
Buildings can be symbols. This is our state capitol.
You will find this building in Austin, Texas, our capital city
This is the State Seal.
This seal is on
the floor of the
capitol rotunda
under the dome.
This monument
is for the Battle
at San Jacinto.
Sam Houston led the Texans to victory for
Independence when they won the battle at
San Jacinto.
The state flower of Texas is the Bluebonnet.
State Tree: Pecan
State Bird: Mockingbird
The Texas motto is…..“Friendship!”
Texans are proud of their state and its symbols!
Many of the pictures in this slide show came
from the Lone Star Junction Web site.
Visit to see more
images of the great state of Texas.