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2007 Washington Quarter

2007 Washington Quarter
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Released on April 2, 2007, this coin is the 42nd coin released in the 50 State Quarter Program and the second quarter released in 2007. The image shows a king salmon jumping out of the water, with Mount Rainier in the background.

The salmon is a symbol of Washington and of Pacific Northwest culture. This fish has long nourished the native people of the Pacific Northwest, where Washington is located.

Mount Rainier, part of the Cascade Range that passes through the state, is a volcano covered by snow and glaciers. It hasn't erupted in recent years, but it's still considered an active volcano. As a symbol, it seems to connect the eastern and western parts of the State because of its central location.

Washington's lush evergreen forests inspired a newspaperman named C.T. Conover to call Washington "the evergreen state." That title later became the state's nickname.


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