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Alabama
   has   
Helen Keller and Some Braille, Framed in Magnolias and a Pine Branch
Joined union in 1819, quarter released in 2003
Alaska
   has   
A Grizzly Bear Fishing
Joined union in 1959, quarter released in 2008
Arizona
   has   
A Grand Canyon Desert View, Highlighting a Saguaro Cactus
Joined union in 1912, quarter released in 2008
Arkansas
   has   
A Diamond, Rice Stalks and a Flying Mallard Duck
Joined union in 1836, quarter released in 2003
California
   has   
John Muir, a Condor, and Half Dome
Joined union in 1850, quarter released in 2005
Colorado
   has   
A Sweeping View of the Rocky Mountains
Joined union in 1876, quarter released in 2006
Connecticut
   has   
The Famous “Charter Oak” Tree
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 1999
Delaware
   has   
The Historic Horseback Ride of Ceaser Rodney
First state to join in 1787, and quarter released in 1999
Florida
   has   
A Spanish Galleon, a Space Shuttle, and a Pair of Sabal Palm Trees
Joined union in 1845, quarter released in 2004
Georgia
   has   
A Peach Framed by Live Oak Sprigs
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 1999
Hawaii
   has   
King Kamehameha
Joined union in 1959, quarter released in 2008
Idaho
   has   
A Peregrine Falcon
Joined union in 1890, quarter released in 2007
Illinois
   has   
A Young Abraham Lincoln, and the Windy City’s Skyline
Joined union in 1818, quarter released in 2003
Indiana
   has   
A Racecar
Joined union in 1816, quarter released in 2002
Iowa
   has   
A One-room School House With Students Planting a Tree
Joined union in 1846, quarter released in 2004
Kansas
   has   
A Buffalo and a Sunflower
Joined union in 1861, quarter released in 2005
Kentucky
   has   
A Thoroughbred Racehorse Standing in Front of Bardstown Home
Joined union in 1792, quarter released in 2001
Louisiana
   has   
A Pelican, a Trumpet, and the Outline of the Famous Purchase Named After This State
Joined union in 1812, quarter released in 2002
Maine
   has   
The Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and a Schooner at Sea
Joined union in 1820, quarter released in 2003
Maryland
   has   
The Wooden-domed Statehouse, Framed by White Oak Leaf Clusters
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000
Massachusetts
   has   
A Minuteman Holding His Rifle
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000
Michigan
   has   
The Five Great Lakes of the United States
Joined union in 1837, quarter released in 2004
Minnesota
   has   
A Tree-lined Lake With 2 People Fishing and a Loon on the Water
Joined union in 1858, quarter released in 2005
Mississippi
   has   
The Blossoms and Leaves of Two Magnolias
Joined union in 1817, quarter released in 2002
Missouri
   has   
Lewis and Clark on the State River and the Gateway Arch
Joined union in 1821, quarter released in 2003
Montana
   has   
A Bison’s Skull Against That Famous Big Sky Country
Joined in 1889, quarter released in 2007
Nebraska
   has   
A Covered Wagon Traveling Past Chimney Rock
Joined in 1867, quarter released in 2006
Nevada
   has   
A Trio of Wild Mustangs, Bordered by Sagebrush
Joined union in 1864, quarter released in 2006
New Hampshire
   has   
Profile of the “Old Man in the Mountain” Natural Rock Formation
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000, and formation unfortunately destroyed by severe storm !
New Jersey
   has   
General Washington Crossing the Delaware River
Joined union in 1787, quarter released in 1999
New Mexico
   has   
The Zia Sun Symbol Design
Joined union in 1912, quarter released in 2008
New York
   has   
The Statue of Liberty
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2001
North Carolina
   has   
The Wright Brothers 1903 First Flight
Joined union in 1789, quarter released in 2001
North Dakota
   has   
A Pair of Grazing Bison, With the Badlands Set Behind
Joined union in 1889, quarter released in 2006
Ohio
   has   
An Early Aircraft and an Astronaut
Joined union in 1803, quarter released in 2002; John Glenn is the astronaut
Oklahoma
   has   
A Scissortail Flycatcher
Joined union in 1907, quarter released in 2008
Oregon
   has   
Crater Lake With Its Wizard Island
Joined union in 1859, quarter released in 2005
Pennsylvania
   has   
The Female-form Statue “Commonwealth” and a Keystone
Joined union in 1787, quarter released in 1999
Rhode Island
   has   
A Vintage Sailboat Gliding Through Narragansett Bay Before the Pell Bridge
Joined union in 1790, quarter released in 2001
South Carolina
   has   
A Palmetto Palm and the State’s Wren Perched on a Yellow Jessamine Plant
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000
South Dakota
   has   
Mt. Rushmore and a Chinese Ring-necked Pheasant
Joined in 1889, quarter released in 2006
Tennessee
   has   
A Fiddle, a Trumpet and a Guitar
Joined union in 1796, quarter released in 2002
Texas
   has   
A Single, Large Star, Framed by a Lariat
Joined union in 1845, quarter released in 2004
Utah
   has   
Two Locomotives Moving Toward the “Golden Spike”
Joined union in 1907, quarter released in 2007
Vermont
   has   
Maple Trees With Sap Buckets, and Camel Hump Mountain Behind
Joined union in 1791, quarter released in 2001
Virginia
   has   
The 3 Ships Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000
Washington
   has   
A King Salmon Breaching the Water in Front of Mt. Rainier
Joined union in 1889, quarter released in 2007
West Virginia
   has   
The New River Gorge and Bridge
Joined union in 1863, quarter released in 2005
Wisconsin
   has   
A Cow’s Head, a Round of Cheese, and an Ear of Corn
Joined union in 1848, quarter released in 2004
Wyoming
   has   
A Bucking Horse and Rodeo Rider
Joined union in 1890, quarter released in 2007


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