|Type||Circulating commemorative coin|
|Value||1 Dollar (1 USD)|
|Orientation||Coin alignment ↑↓|
Native American $1 Coin Act
Sacagawea (1788-1812), with child. She was a Shoshone native american. She was an translator and a guide to the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Native American woman sowing seeds of the Three Sisters (main agricultural crops of some Native American: squash, maize, and climbing beans). It symbolizes the Indian tribes' contributions to agriculture.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Engraved with date and both mottos, the edge lettering on Presidential and Native American Dollars can be in Positions A or B. Position A: edge lettering reads upside-down when the portrait faces up; Position B: edge lettering reads normally when the portrait faces up.
Lettering: 2009 P E PLURIBUS UNUM
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|2009 D||1.5%||Satin Finish|
|2009 P||1.4%||Satin Finish|
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