The Front of the Bill pictures Arthur Calvin Mellette, the state's first governor, the denomination of 1889 as the year that South Dakota was admitted to the Union as the 39th or 40th state (admitted the same day as North Dakota). The actual admission date, 11/02/89, is embedded in the serial number within SD, the abbreviation for South Dakota, and the capital city, Pierre, SD is listed. The Back of the Bill shows the Ringed-necked Pheasant as the state bird, the White Spruce as the state tree, the Pasque Flower as the state flower, and the Cayote. Also pictured is the U.S. Commemorative Quarter Dollar for the State of South Dakota, and the state nickname, The Mount Rushmore State.
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