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BIRTHSTONES Month|Stone|Symbolism January, Garnet, Constancy, Fidelity February, Amethyst, Sincerity *March, Bloodstone, Courage, Truthfulness *April, Diamond, Innocence May, Emerald, Happiness June, Pearl, Health, Long Life July, Ruby, Contentment August, Sardonyx, Felicity September, Sapphire, Wisdom October, Opal, Hope November, Topaz, Fidelity December, Turquoise, Prosperity, Success BIRTHSTONES FOR THE DAYS OF THE WEEK Day, Stone Sunday, Topaz and Diamond Monday, Pearl and Crystal Tuesday, Ruby and Emerald Wednesday, Amethyst and Loadstone Thursday, Sapphire and Carnelian Friday, Emerald and Cat's Eye Saturday, Turquoise and Diamond BIRTHDAY FLOWERS January, snowdrop February, violet *March, daffodil *April, primrose June, wild rose July, carnation August, white heather September, Michaelmas daisy October, rosemary November, chrysanthemum December, ivy WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES First, Cotton Second, Paper Third, Leather Fifth, Wooden Seventh, Woolen Tenth, Tin Twelfth, Silk and Linen Fifteenth, Crystal twentieth, China Twenty-fifth, Silver Thirtieth, Pearl Fortieth, Ruby Fiftieth, Golden Seventy-fifth|Diamond STATE FLOWERS AND BIRDS State, Flower, Bird Alabama, Goldenrod, Flicker Arizona, Sahuaro Cactus, Cactus wren Arkansas, Apple blossom, Mockingbird California, Golden poppy, Valley quail Colorado, Columbine, Lark bunting Connecticut, Mountain laurel, Ruby-crowned kinglet Delaware, Peach blossom, Cardinal District of Columbia, American beauty rose, Wood thrush Florida, Orange blossom, Mockingbird Georgia, Cherokee rose, Brown thrasher Idaho, Syringa, Mountain bluebird Illinois, Wood violet, Cardinal Indiana, Zinnia, Cardinal Iowa, Wild rose, Eastern goldfinch Kansas, Sunflower, Western meadowlark Kentucky, Goldenrod, Cardinal Louisiana, Magnolia, Brown pelican Maine, Pine cone and tassel, Chickadee [[Star drawn]] Maryland, Black-eyed Susan, Baltimore oriole Massachusetts, Mayflower, Veery Michigan, Apple blossom, Robin, Minnesota, Moccasin flower, Goldfinch Mississippi, Magnolia, Mockingbird Missouri, Hawthorn, Bluebird Montana, Bitter root, Meadowlark Nebraska, Goldenrod, Western meadowlark Nevada, Sagebrush, Mountain bluebird New Hampshire, Purple lilac, Purple finch New Jersey, Violet, Eastern goldfinch New Mexico, Yucca, Road runner New York, Rose, Bluebird North Carolina, Goldenrod, Carolina chickadee North Dakota, Wild prairie rose, Western meadowlark Ohio, Scarlet carnation, Cardinal Oklahoma, Mistletoe, Bobwhite Oregon, Oregon grape, Western meadowlark Pennsylvania, Mountain laurel, Ruffed grouse Rhode Island, Violet, Bobwhite South Carolina, Yellow jessamine, Carolina wren South Dakota, Pasque flower, Western meadowlark Tennessee, Iris, Mockingbird Texas, Bluebonnet, Mockingbird Utah, Sego lily, California gull Vermont, Red clover, Hermit thrush Virginia, American dogwood, Robin Washington, Rhododendron, Willow goldfinch West Virginia, Rhododendron, Tufted titmouse Wisconsin, Violet, Robin Wyoming, Indian paint brush, Meadowlark
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