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Hawaii Quarter Bonus Questions!
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The Hawaii quarter features:
King Kamehameha I
A palm tree
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Which state's quarter reverse marked the first time a real person (not a symbol such as Lady Liberty) had ever been featured on two circulating coins of different denominations?
Which state’s reverse shows two ways of exploration from different time periods?
Helen Keller is featured on this quarter reverse.
Which state has a symbol of education in the form of a schoolhouse on its quarter reverse?
"Live Free or Die" is this state’s motto found on its quarter reverse.
Which state's quarter reverse features the New River Gorge Bridge, 3,030 feet long, one of the world's longest steel spans and the second highest bridge in the United States, rising 876 feet above the gorge?
General George Washington and members of the Colonial Army crossing the Delaware River are shown on the reverse of this 1999 quarter.
The theme on this quarter's reverse is "Foundation in Education."
This is the state to visit if you really like maple syrup. The quarter design features Camel's Hump Mountain with an image of maple trees with sap buckets in the forefront.
In this state you will find the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, where a large herd of bison roam.
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