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Teaching Who Was the First Woman Depicted on American Currency?

Who Was the First Woman Depicted on American Currency?

In 2016, the Treasury Department announced plans to depict a woman on US currency. It planned to replace Founding Father Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill. There was lots of support for the plan. But there was also some heated debate.

Harcourt Fuller, Assistant Professor of History, Georgia State University
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Why is it significant to have a Black woman on US paper money?


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