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Depicted on QuarterState or Commonwealth
Depicts a pair of grazing bison with a sunset view of the badlands
This 'Land of Enchantment' bears a Native American sybol of the sun superimposed on the state outline.
Land of 10000 lakes, with 2 men fishing and a loon on the water.
Bears Crater Lake, Watchman & Hillman Peak
The Heart of Polynesia depicts a drum, a palm and part of the island.
A peach and live oak sprigs, motto 'Wisdom, Justice Moderation'
Racecar is superimposed on the state outline for it is truly the 'crossroads of America.'
The 'Gateway to Discovery' this depicts Ponce de Leon's ship as he went looking for the fountain of youth.
'The Great Land' features a grizzly bear fishing in the lake for food.
One this quarter is a limestone latte, 2 fairy birds, and mwar borders the bottom with a canoe at center.
The Magnolia state and that is what is featured on the quarter.
'Commonwealth' statue, state's outline, the keystone & motto 'Virtue, Liberty, Independence.'
'Isla del Encanto' with its hibiscus flower and sentry box showing its strength never having been captured by the English French or Dutch.
Duke Ellington & 'Justice for All' are featured on this, our nation's Capital
Ferdinand Magellan discovered this island and it is imposed on the quarter with a cup.
'Mount Rushmore State' with that depicted.
'Big Sky Country' depicts a bison skull and diverse landscape of this state.
Encircled by a lariat with a star superimposed on an outline of the state.
Depicts a trio of wild mustangs with a banner that reads 'The Silver State'
A Charter Oak
has a guitar, fiddle and trumpet for its 3 distinct styles.
A cabbage Palmetto , Yellow Jessamine & Wren.
Lewis & Clarks Corps of Discovery with the Gateway Arch in the Background
Features 2 locomotives and is 'Crossroads of the West.'
'Evergreen State' bears a majetic king salmon breaching the water in front of Mount Rainier
Features Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in New Harbor
the first three ships that brought settlers to Jamestown & Quadricentennial
The pelican, a horn, musical notes on outline of state
Depicted on QuarterState or Commonwealth
This state depicts a diamond, rice stalks and a mallard acquired through the Louisiana Purchase.
A Minuteman & motto 'The Bay State.'
This features the Bananaquit, the Yellow elder tree and the outline of the 3 major islands
Depicts ox-drawn wagon with chimney rock in the background.
Image of Helen Keller, braille, & 'Spirit of Courage.'
Washington Crossing the Delaware & motto 'Crossroads of the Revolution.'
Golden State depicts John Muir, Yosemite Valley, & a condor.
Statue of Liberty is superimposed on an outline of the state with the motto 'gateway to freedom.'
'Birthplace of Aviation Pioneers' astronaut is imposed on state outline
'Equality State' features a bucking horse and rider in honor of Bill Cody's Wild West Show.
Dairy capital of the world with a cow's head & their award-winning cheese.
Caesar Rodney's 80 mile ride, 'The First State'
'Esto Perpetua' features a peregrine falcon superimposed on the state ouline.
Features a buffalo and a sunflower
'The Grand Canyon State' with a cactus in the foreground.
Depicts one-room schoolhouse with students planting a tree. Grant Wood's name is on the bottom.
sailboat Reliance for America's Yacht Cup & motto 'The Ocean State'
This state quarter bears the scissor-tailed flycather and sunflowers
Young Abe Lincoln with 21 stars bordering the coin signifying the order it joined the union.
The statehouse & motto 'The Old Line State.'
This quarter features 8 islands and King Kamehameha
The first flight at Kitty Hawk & 'First Flight'
Depicts New River & New River Gorge Bridge. It is known as the 'Mountain State'
Camel Hump's Mountain, Sap Buckets, and Maple trees, with motto 'Freedom & Unity'
Federal mansion with thoroughbred behind the fence. 'My Old Kentucky Home'
Depicts the Rocky Mountains with evergreen trees
Old Man & the Mountain' and the motto 'Live free or die.'
This is known as the Great Lakes state and as such depicts their outline.

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