10, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- United States Mint representatives joined National Park Service officials today to launch the Homestead National Monument of America Quarter, the 26th coin in the America the Beautiful Quarters[sup.
Mike Foley, National Park Service Acting Regional Director (Midwest Region) Patty Trap, Homestead National Monument of America Superintendent Mark Engler, and city of Beatrice Mayor Stan Wirth.
Residents of Beatrice and the surrounding area who attended the event were among the first in the nation to get newly minted Homestead National Monument of America quarters during the coin exchange that followed the ceremony.
Washington National Monument (VA), a March for the Parks at both Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site (PA) and Homestead National Monument
of America (NE), and volunteer events throughout the country.
Program coin honoring Homestead National Monument of America, at 10 a.
WHO: Mike Foley, Lieutenant Governor, Nebraska David Croft, Associate Director of Manufacturing, United States Mint Patty Trap, Acting Regional Director, National Park Service (Midwest Region) Mark Engler, Superintendent, Homestead National Monument of America Stan Wirth, Mayor, City of Beatrice
9 - at Homestead National Monument of America Education Center, 8523 West State Highway 4, Beatrice, Neb.
Garrett, who works at Homestead National Monument
of America, uses fiber optics to offer a real-time interactive learning experience to students and teachers in urban and rural parts of Nebraska.
Nebraska - Homestead National Monument
of America From November 25 through December 31, the Winter Festival of Prairie Cultures celebrates the winter traditions of people who lived on the Great Plains during the homesteading era.
At Homestead National Monument
of America in Nebraska, for example, Senior Corps volunteers and their young helpers have scanned and digitally archived an extensive collection of photographs of early homesteaders.
Homestead National Monument
of America in Nebraska uses fiber-optic technology to reach out to students who may not have otherwise known about or visited the park unit.
Badlands National Park, South Dakota * Big Hole National Battlefield, Montana * Effigy Mounds National Monument, Iowa * Fort Clatsop National Memorial, Oregon * Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas * Fort Scott National Historic Site, Kansas * Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota * George Washington Carver National Monument, Missouri * Homestead National Monument
of America, Nebraska * Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Missouri * Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site, North Dakota * Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, Washington * Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, Nebraska * North Cascades National Park, Washington * Whitman Mission National Historic Site, Washington * Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming