The following is a list of symbols of the U.S. state of Michigan.
|Coat of Arms||Coat of Arms of the State of Michigan||1835 |
|1988 [note 1] |
|Flag||Flag of the State of Michigan||1911|
Isle Royale greenstone
Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice
( Latin for "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you") 
|Seal||Great Seal of the State of Michigan||1835|
|Soil||Kalkaska sand||1990 |
|Song||" My Michigan" website||1937|
Eastern White Pine
Dwarf Lake Iris
- Michigan state historical society: Historical Society of Michigan 
- United States quarter dollar - Michigan 2004
Although Michigan has not adopted a state beverage, most Michigan natives claim that Vernors, a ginger flavored soda, is the state's unofficial beverage due to its wide use to ease common illnesses such as an upset stomach and sore throat other than for normal consumption.[ citation needed]
- In 1965, the trout was named the official state fish; this was specified as the brook trout in 1988.
- The legislation mentions sweet crabapple (Malus coronaria) as an example.