Issue date: 4th April 2002

The United States Postal Service released this stamp series on April 4, 2002.
The stamps were reissued on October 25, 2002 for 37-cents.

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  1. Alabama: Camellia (state flower). State capitol in Birmingham.
  2. Alaska: Mount McKinley. A bear with a salmon in mouth.
  3. Arizona: Saguaro (cactus) and saguaro blossom in Sonoran Desert. Yei-Bi-Chei and Totem Pole in the Monument Valley.
  4. Arkansas: Buffalo River and Gunner Pool in Ozark National Forest. Ozark Baths on Bath House Row in Hot Springs National Park.
  5. California: Palm trees Santa Catalina Island. California poppy (state flower). Bay Bridge and city skyline of San Francisco.
  6. Colorado: Skier (skiing is a popular pastime in Colorado), The Maroon Bells.
  7. Connecticut: Church in Connecticut. Harbor scene Mystic Seaport.
  8. Delaware: Legislative Hall and Capitol Building in Dover. Beach scene at Fenwick Island State Park.
  9. Florida: Discovery lifting off at Cape Canaveral. Beach and palm trees in St. Petersburg.
  10. Georgia: Antebellum plantation in Georgia. Cypress trees that are found in the Okefenokee Swamp in southeast Georga.
  11. Hawaii: Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii. Honolulu (Diamond Head., Yellow hibiscus (state flower).
  12. Idaho: Shoshone Falls on Snake River, Mc Gown Peak, Kayakers (popular sport in Idaho).
  13. Illinois: Chicago skyline. Corn (an important crop in Illinois).
  14. Indiana: Indianapolis skyline. Cvered bridge in Parke County,
  15. Iowa: American black ducks (hich winter in Iowa). Barn and silo (a common scene in Iowa).
  16. Kansas: A combine harvester equipment (commonly seen in Kansas). Sunflower. Grain elevator in Danville.
  17. Kentucky: A cabin near Carlisle. Race horses (common in Louisville, Kentucky at Churchill Downs).
  18. Louisiana: Horse, buggy, fence and lamppost in the French Quarter in New Orleans. Great blue heron.
  19. Maine: A moose. Lighthouse in Portland.
  20. Maryland: Skipjack in Harford County. Bridge of the William Preston Lane, Jr., Memorial Bridge located near Annapolis.
  21. Massachusetts: Rockport Harbor. Ridges of Mount Greylock in the Berkshire Hills.
  22. Michigan: Renaissance Center complex in downtown Detroit. Sport-fishing boat seen on the Great Lakes.
  23. Minnesota: A loon. Minneapolis skyline.
  24. Mississippi:, A mansion in Mississippi. A shrimp boat.
  25. Missouri: St. Louis skyline.
  26. Montana: Rocky Mountains in Glacier National Park, A rodeo in Montana.
  27. Nebraska: Scotts Bluff National Monument. A covered wagon.
  28. Nevada: Neon horse and rider sign in Las Vegas. Desert plants and hills in Nevada.
  29. New Hampshire: Portsmout. A white-tailed deer.
  30. New Jersey: Skyline of Atlantic City. Sunbather, umbrella, and beach of the Jersey Shore.
  31. New Mexico: Taos Pueblo. A church in Santa Fe.
  32. New York: Niagara Falls. Statue of Liberty.
  33. North Carolina: Lighthouse at Cape Hatteras. The Wright Brothers plane at Kill Devil Hills. Dune grass at the Outer Banks.
  34. North Dakota: Badlands hills and rock formations in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
  35. Ohio: Skyline and bridge of Cleveland.
  36. Oklahoma: Oklahoma City skyline. Cowboy.
  37. Oregon: Mount Hood and and Lost Lake. Sailboarders at the Columbia River Gorge.
  38. Pennsylvania: A cannon at Gettysburg. Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.
  39. Rhode Island: Sailboat, A lighthouse in Rhode Island.
  40. South Carolina: Beach scene of Myrtle Beach, Rainbow in Charleston.
  41. South Dakota: Mount Rushmore National Memorial in Keystone. Buffalo in Badlands National Park.
  42. Tennessee:Skyline in Nashville. Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
  43. Texas: A Texas longhorn. Alamo in San Antonio. Yellow rose.
  44. Utah: Wall of Windows in Bryce Canyon. Mountain lion in Bryce Canyon National Park. Sego Lily (state flower of Utah).
  45. Vermont: Skier (skiing is a popular sport in Vermont). A church surrounded by fall foliage in Vermont.
  46. Virginia: A fence. a cannon in Richmond. Oatlands mansion in Leesburg.
  47. Washington: Skyline of Seattle. Mount Rainier, Apple (Washington is the largest producer of apples in the U.S.)
  48. West Virginia: a grist mill on Glade Creek in West Virginia. White-water rafters on a West Virginia river.
  49. Wisconsin: Farm and countryside scene in Wisconsin. Cows (these animals are common in Wisconsin).
  50. Wyoming: Grand Teton Range. Elk (are commonly seen in Grand Teton National Park).