• Unveiling the Michigan Quarter: A Birthday Present for All of Michigan A diary of the Michigan Quarter introduction day, January 26, 2004! Follow the events and celebrations throughout the day.
• Great Turnout for Michigan's New "Great Lakes State" Quarter Cold weather didn't cool the enthusiasm of hundreds of residents who gathered on Statehood Day at the Capitol to catch a first look at Michigan's new quarter. Governor Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Mint Director Henrietta Holsman Fore and Department of History, Arts and Libraries (HAL) Director Dr. William Anderson led the official unveiling ceremony inside the State Capitol Monday morning, as onlookers packed into the rotunda.
• State Quarter Day in the Classroom Proclamation from Governor Jennifer M. Granholm
• Michigan Quarter Ceremonial Strike January 8, 2004 - Members of the Michigan Quarter Commission traveled with family and friends to the Denver Mint for the ceremonial strike, where each visitor was able to strike his or her own coin.
• What is a "Michigan Quarter?" Why did Michigan citizens send us designs for a U.S. Quarter? Find out about the U.S. Mint's 50 State Quarters Program and the Michigan Quarter Commission.
• Michigan Quarter Project Time Line From the announcement of the Michigan Quarter Commission to the minting of the new quarter, follow the steps involved in designing, selecting, and producing Michigan's new quarter.
• The Votes Were Counted During early 2002, more than 40,000 persons cast votes for one of the five designs chosen to represent Michigan on the Michigan Quarter. See the results.
• The Significance of the Elements in the Five Proposed Michigan Quarter Designs The elements in each of the five proposed Michigan Quarter designs are related to the history and uniqueness of the state of Michigan.
• Michigan Quarter Commission Members Twenty-five individuals from around the state served on the Michigan Quarter Commission.