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Travel Guide Quiz
California Quarter Bonus Questions!
How well do you know the newest quarter design?
  1. Which of these images is not on the California quarter reverse?




  2. What is California's state tree?




  3. California's state motto is "Eureka!" (a Greek word meaning "I've found it!"). It was adopted in 1849, and alludes to the discovery of:



  1. The "Land of a Thousand Lakes" released its quarter in 2005.




  2. Diamonds are a natural resource of this state whose quarter was released in the 2003.




  3. This state joined the union in 1792.




  4. Sam Houston was the first President of this republic, now the state of ________.




  5. Which state, whose quarter reverse was first seen in 2001, is home to the United States Military Academy? (Here's some help: in 2002 the U.S. Mint made a commemorative coin to celebrate this academy.)




  6. This quarter, released in 2000, displays a reverse image of leaf clusters from the state tree, the White Oak.




  7. The "First State" to join the union in 1787 is the state of ____________.




  8. This state's tree is the palmetto, and its nickname is "The Palmetto State." Both the tree and the inscription can be found on this state's quarter reverse.




  9. 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.




  10. The "Peach State" features the juicy fruit on its quarter reverse.




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