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THE CHARTER OAK IS THE OFFICIAL TREE OF WHICH STATE?
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[STC00718] In contrast to the majority of other states, which commemorate a particular type of tree as their official state tree, Connecticut recognizes a very specific tree as its state tree—the Charter Oak. The history of The Charter Oak may be traced all the way back to the colonial beginnings of the state in the 17th century, when King Charles II bestowed a royal charter upon the colony. As soon as he passed away, his successor, King James II, took to the throne. Since he disapproved of the charter, he dispatched an army to take it by force. It is said that the significant document was concealed within a massive white oak until the reign of James II was brought to an end. A storm tragically struck down the Charter Oak in 1856, but some of its wood is still on display at the Connecticut Historical Society, and a rendering appears on the state quarter.