All of the United States' 50 states have a state motto, as do the District of
Columbia and three US territories. A motto is a phrase meant to formally describe
Official state mottos of the United States; list of 50 state mottos - translation for
Latin mottos - facts, history, photos.
This page lists the state mottos for the 50 US states. If the state motto is not in
English, the English translation is shown in parentheses.
The Montana state motto, Oro y Plata, its history, adoption and meaning.
The state motto of California is "Eureka." "Eureka" is Greek in its language of
origin, and it translates to "I have found it." California is the only state in the
The New Mexico state motto was first used in 1882, when acting Territorial
Secretary, William G. Ritch, added the Latin phrase Crescit Eundo to an early
The Missouri state motto is "Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto." The motto
translates to "Let the welfare of the people be the supreme...
Nov 16, 2015 ... Arkansas's state motto is Regnat Populus, which is Latin for “the people rule.” No
other state employs this motto, in either Latin or English, ...
Jul 3, 2014 ... Every state has a motto— but many are in Latin or other languages. Do you know
what your state's motto means, translated to English? (Some ...
The motto of Dakota Territory was Liberty and Union, One and Inseparable, ... two
of the phrases reversed; when North Dakota became a state that error was ...