What does the state tree of New Hampshire look like?
this is what it looks like
The state tree of New Hampshire is the white birch tree (Betula papyrifera), also called the paper birch or the canoe birch. It was adopted as the state tree in 1947 without opposition within the legislature. The tree can be found in all parts of New Hampshire and can grow to a height of eighty feet.
First State with a Constitution. Ninth US State. First State to declare independence from Britain. It has no sales tax. It has 18 miles of Atlantic coastline. Almost half of its residents are French, French Canadian or of Irish Ancestery. Almost 5% of its residents are foreign born. The state bird of New Hampshire is the Purple Finch and the New Hampshire state flower is the Purple Lilac and the New Hampshire tree is the…