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Thread: What woman should replace Hamilton on the $10 bill?

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    What woman should replace Hamilton on the $10 bill?

    The US is going to replace the portrait of Alexander Hamilton on our $10 bill. Who would your picks be to be on there?

    1- Krista Mcauliffe
    2. Sally Ride
    3. Carmen Electra
    4- Monica Lewinsky
    5- J. Edgar Hoover in drag
    6- Harriet Tubman
    7- Rosa Parks

    These are only my picks. SOme of them are on the mints list but a lot of these are just me kidding around. Make up your own, don't listen to just my picks. Luckyinlove gave a great one of Eleanor Roosevelt.
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    Sally Ride. If I could add to the list I would choose a Native American.
    Nice thread, Jersey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navallint View Post
    Sally Ride. If I could add to the list I would choose a Native American.
    Nice thread, Jersey.
    Thank you navallint. I didn't think anybody gave a crap. My threads are death my posts kill threads. I am the Grim Reaper of the board. Sacagawea is already on the non circulating dollar coin, the non circulating presidential wives dollars don't circulate. If I remember right Martha Washington was the only woman on a paper note and I don't know how long that circulated for. So as for a native American all I could think of could be Pocahontas.
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    Eleanor Roosevelt

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    Rosa Parks. Woman had gonads.
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    Like your list Jersey 'cepting #3, 4 and 5 just gives me the shivers.

    1. Rosa Parks
    2. Amelia Earhart
    3. Harriet Tubman
    4. Clara Barton
    5. Margaret Sanger
    6. Eleanor Roosevelt
    7. Emmeline Pankhurst
    8. Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee
    9. Jane Addams
    10. Rebecca Latimer Felton
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    How about: Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)
    As a person born outside of the USA.(she is a hero
    of mine)
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    Snarky me wants to say La Toya Jackson, though she's still living, which nixes her completely.
    Realistic me thinks Eleanor Roosevelt is a great choice.
    She could be made quite handsome for a currency portrait.

    Don't feel bad, Jerseysucks.
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    Looks like Hamilton is staying on the face of the 10 but a new reverse, a mural of woman who have supported the womans suffrage movement including Susan B Anthony. Hamilton created the banking system.
    Andrew Jackson is getting kicked off the 20 because he was responsible for moving out all the American Indians "The trail of tears". The forerunner to replace Jackson is Harriet Tubman. The note will not enter circulation until 2030.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseysucks View Post
    Looks like Hamilton is staying on the face of the 10 but a new reverse, a mural of woman who have supported the womans suffrage movement including Susan B Anthony. Hamilton created the banking system.
    Andrew Jackson is getting kicked off the 20 because he was responsible for moving out all the American Indians "The trail of tears". The forerunner to replace Jackson is Harriet Tubman. The note will not enter circulation until 2030.
    Oh good. Don't wanna rush it

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    Heard on the radio today it officially will be Harriet Tubman. They said it was because Hamilton owned slaves, but the American Indian thing is a good enough reason.They didn't know when the note will enter circulation, but I hope it's sooner than 2030, that seems like a million years away! I think it's pretty cool and a good choice.


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    I heard that it will be taking place in 2020. I don't see why they don't just make new money including a 3 dollar bill, 25 dollar bill etc so more than one woman can have a shot.

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    At first I said Rosa Parks, but since it's Jackson I think it should be a Cherokee woman--the wife of my famous Chief Standridge ancestor would do nicely . But seriously,it should be an Indian lady. However, the Cherokee Nation is supporting Harriet Tubman--at least publicly.
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    Wilma Mankiller would be a good choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleanskull View Post
    Wilma Mankiller would be a good choice.
    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    At first I said Rosa Parks, but since it's Jackson I think it should be a Cherokee woman--the wife of my famous Chief Standridge ancestor would do nicely . But seriously,it should be an Indian lady. However, the Cherokee Nation is supporting Harriet Tubman--at least publicly.
    Cindy I know they did have an Indian woman on paper currency it was on the reverse it's a scene depicting the baptism of Pocahontis. I don't know what tribe she was with sorry Cindy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseysucks View Post
    Cindy I know they did have an Indian woman on paper currency it was on the reverse it's a scene depicting the baptism of Pocahontis. I don't know what tribe she was with sorry Cindy.
    Powhatan.
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    I think we need to stick to Presidents for our money. I think women who have done amazing things in America have already been acknowledged in other ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDude View Post
    I heard that it will be taking place in 2020. I don't see why they don't just make new money including a 3 dollar bill, 25 dollar bill etc so more than one woman can have a shot.
    They would like to put the new reverses plus Harriet Tubman by 2020 the 100th anniversary of the womans suffrage movement.
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    Bo Derek. A ten on a ten.

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