The Front of the Bill shows John Long Routt as the first governor of the State of Colorado. The bill's denomination, 1876, is the year of admission to the Union as the 38th state. The state's actual admission date, 08/01/(18)76, is encoded in the serial number within CO, the state's abbreviation. The Back of the Bill shows the state bird as the Lark Bunting, the Rocky Mountain Columbine as the state flower, the Blue Spruce as the state tree, and the Rocky Mountain Bighorn. The U.S. Commemorative Quarter Dollar for the State of Colorado is pictured. The state's nickname, The Centennial State, is also listed.
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