Cool Coins

January 2008
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;1/25/2008, Vol. 77 Issue 17, p2
The article reports on the quarter coin created by the U.S. Mint to honor Oklahoma. The coin features a scissor-tailed flycatcher, which is Oklahoma's state bird. Apart from Oklahoma, four other states were also honored by the U.S. Mint under its 50 State Quarters Program. Such states include Arizona, Hawaii, Alaska and New Mexico.


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